Cyber Forensic Company Claims To Hack iOS and Android Devices
The Israel based Cyber forensic company Cellebrite announced a new version of its application known as UFED (Universal Forensic Extraction Device) Premium for law enforcement agencies.
The security firm claims that, UFED can unlock the iOS devices, including new version 12.3. and it’s also applicable to take data from Android premium devices too.
Cellebrite wrote on Twitter status,
Cellebrite is proud to introduce #UFED Premium! An exclusive solution for law enforcement to unlock and extract data from all iOS and high-end Android devices.
Cellebrite too has likely possessed the ability to unlock iOS 12.3 devices prior to this announcement, says Dan Guido, the founder of the New York-based security firm Trail of Bits and a longtime iOS-focused security researcher. “It’s well understood that this is the business Cellebrite is working in,” he told to WIRED. “It was only a matter of time until they solved the problem, and then told people about they solved it, which is what we’re seeing now.”
Cellebrite announced UFED Premium on its website,
A Comprehensive Solution to Access iOS and High-End Android Devices
Bypass or determine locks and perform a full file system extraction on any iOS device, or a physical extraction or full file system (File-Based Encryption) extraction on many high-end Android devices, to get much more data than what is possible through logical extractions and other conventional means.
Gain access to 3rd party app data, chat conversations, downloaded emails and email attachments, deleted content and more, increase your chances of finding the incriminating evidence and bringing your case to a resolution.
UFED Features are as follow:
Key Benefits of iOS Data Extraction
- Determine passcodes & perform unlocks for all Apple devices
- Sophisticated algorithms to minimize unlock attempts
- Perform a forensically sound full file-system extraction.
Key Benefits of Android Data Extraction
- Bypass or determine locks on all flagship Samsung devices
- Extract unallocated data to maximize recovery of deleted items
- Perform a forensically sound physical or full file-system extraction