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MSAB Releases XRY Version 7.1: Captures Data from iOS 10, 1,000 New Devices, 100 New Apps

September 13, 2016  | 

MSAB has announced the release of version 7.1 of XRY which includes approximately 1,000 new device profiles and more than 100 new apps and enables access to data from iOS 10. The release is designed to enable customers to keep pace with the rapid proliferation of new apps and devices in the marketplace today. 

"MSAB prides itself on focusing on supporting devices regularly encountered by law enforcement, military, and government customers," said Glenn Hickok, President of MSAB USA Inc.  "Ensuring that investigators can extract data in an efficient, intelligent and comprehensive manner is often the difference between success or failure – our core mission is to make sure that our customers can achieve this while keeping pace with new apps and devices in the market today and tomorrow."

XRY 7.1 includes 943 new device profiles and 103 new app versions to make sure you stay ahead. In this release you will find support for the popular Samsung Galaxy S7 and Huawei Mate 8 to name but a few of the supported devices. The release also enables access to data from Pokémon GO.  

The new release also introduces a new solution for logical extraction of Android app versions that previously had backup extractions blocked by the app developer. The solution re-enables backup extraction of many popular apps, including WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Kik Messenger, QQ and WeChat. 

For more information about the new apps and devices covered by 7.1 click here.

MSAB's XRY has been successfully proven in courts in over 60 countries around the world. For more information about MSAB and its products go to www.msab.com.

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