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2018-06-07

Forensic analysis of instant messenger desktop applications

The most popular Instant Messengers are Telegram, WhatsApp, Viber. These instant messengers have both mobile applications and desktop applications. Today we will look at the types of data an examiner can detect when researching desktop applications of Telegram, WhatsApp, Viber.

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2018-05-10

Analyzing Instant Messengers with Belkasoft

Nowadays, the basic exchange of information is carried out through Instant Messengers by using social networks. Some social networks have their own mobile apps which functionality can be compared with that of IM Messengers.

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2017-06-03

Why RAM imaging in ransomware cases is a must

 

The Ransomware is the scourge of our time. No one is immune from seeing a demand to pay hackers money on the screen of his computer, laptop or mobile phone. Usually, hackers encrypt user files in case these files may be important to the user and he is ready to spend a certain amount of money for deciphering them.

 

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2016-08-23

Imaging Drives and Mobile Devices with BelkaImager

Recently, we participated in BEC 2017 and BelkaImager Early Access Program. Many of you are familiar with BEC, but what about BelkaImager? It is a new imaging tool from Belkasoft capable of acquisitions of drives, mobile devices and even Cloud data. Today we are going to test it and show you how to image a flash drive and an iPhone with it.

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