Continuing to add to the Android support for Magnet GRAYKEY, we are thrilled to announce the addition of Google Pixel series 6 and 8 to our list of supported mobile devices, which includes the Pixel 6a and Pro models in this series. With this key addition to our Android coverage, we are helping to ensure you have the tools necessary to access and examine the mobile devices you encounter during your criminal investigations.
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Following closely on the release of Apple’s annual major iOS update, we are thrilled to announce that Magnet GRAYKEY and Magnet VERAKEY support consent-based, full-file system extractions iOS Devices running Apple iOS 17—including the latest: iPhone 15.
Mobile device artifacts are digital breadcrumbs: forensically valuable data created by a mobile device that help investigators better understand a case.
Media artifacts on a device – both captured with the device’s on-board cameras and transmitted to the device through various methods – can be another area of interest during an investigation.
Application artifacts are an important data source in mobile device investigations.
Web browser activity artifacts are digital clues suspects create when they use web browsers on mobile devices. Browser history, cookies, cache, and file downloads are all web activity artifacts that investigators may find useful during a mobile device investigation.
Communication artifacts are digital breadcrumbs suspects leave behind in the form of emails, social media, native chat applications like the Messages app on iOS, or a third-party application like Signal. Learn how to find and use them.
Mobile smartphones have become engrained in our daily lives, so when someone commits a crime, mobile data is almost always a critical source of evidence. Magnet GRAYKEY provides the ability to quickly extract encrypted or inaccessible data from mobile devices on locked iOS and leading Android devices. However, most criminal investigations typically include multiple mobile devices, and it takes time to access and extract the data from each device to determine what truly happened.
In today’s digital age, the use of mobile devices has become pervasive across different domains. With the increase in usage, the role of geolocation in mobile device investigations has become more crucial than ever.