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Cellebrite Releases UFED 4.0

October 02, 2014  | 

Cellebrite, developer and provider of mobile data forensic solutions, has released the latest version of its award-winning mobile forensics tool -- UFED 4.0. The new version introduces new, time-saving workflow capabilities, including language translation, automated data carving, image capturing, and more.

Efforts to obtain evidence and intelligence from mobile devices can be stymied by inefficiencies such as extra layers of work process, lack of access to a full range of tools, and other challenges both small and large. Through Cellebrite's UFED 4.0, users gain improved investigative workflows and save time both in the lab environment and the field, according to the company.

Key features of Cellebrite's UFED 4.0 include:

  • Simple, efficient language translation -- UFED Physical/Logical Analyzer 4.0 reduce challenges associated with foreign language translation by accurately translating both short and long words -- offline and on demand.
  • Faster, more powerful data carving from Android unallocated space -- Cellebrite redesigned the automatic data carving functionality to achieve more deleted data with greater precision by dramatically reducing false positive and duplicate results.
  • Save time in the field: Preview logical extraction data in UFED Touch -- Users may find themselves needing to preview evidence to decide whether a mobile device is worthy of deeper examination, or they need intelligence to decide an immediate course of action. UFED Touch now offers the option to view an HTML report that includes general device information and the logical extraction data on the touch screen—without requiring a laptop.
  • Balance time savings with process: Capture images and snapshots with UFED Camera -- Sometimes, taking screenshots of a mobile device is the only way to capture its evidence. With UFED Camera, manually collect evidence by taking pictures or videos of a device.

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