The usage of location-based mobile dating applications like Tinder and Grindr has exploded over the last year. This new class of mobile app allows singles to identify, chat with, and meet other singles located in their immediate vicinity. As the popularity of these apps continues to grow, they will become increasingly important sources of evidence for digital forensics examiners.
In this webinar, Jad Saliba and Jamie McQuaid from Magnet Forensics explore what you need to know about finding and analyzing evidence from this new class of mobile dating application using a real-world case scenario.
- What location-based dating applications you should be looking for in your digital forensics investigations, including Tinder, Grindr, Growlr, Meet24, and other photo sharing applications like Snapchat
- Where data from these apps is stored on a mobile device, and how you can recover it
- How to quickly and efficiently analyze the data from a victim or suspect’s mobile device to find relevant evidence, and report it to stakeholders in an understandable way