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  1. um yea i know some stuffs demonfurbie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by the_Grinch View Post
    In regards to mobile forensics, with the lack of certifications and documentation what are everyone's thoughts on gaining experience and working in that area?

    i would suggest picking one type of mobile device and learning everything about it, for me it was android

    ios is also a good one

    the best way to learn is to do so see if you can hit ebay for an old iphone 3 or something off contract, update the os hide a file on the phone have some one else lock it and see what it takes to get in to it, same can be said with android
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    Lots of books on mobile device forensics:

    Amazon.com: iphone forensics
    Amazon.com: android forensics

    There are also a number of mobile device forensics cert. I was writing up a blog article on them, but never finished it.
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    I just noticed that the SANS Investigate Forensic Toolkit (SIFT) Workstation Version 2.1 has "iPhone, Blackberry, and Android Forensic Capabilities" listed as one of its features. Anyone interested in CF should download the ISO (1.5GB) and try it out in VMware Player (free) or Workstation.
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    I have seen the Mobile Forensic books available, but most seemed not as comprehensive as I would have liked. I'd been interested to see what mobile forensic certs are available (wink wink nod nod). I have Mobile Phone Seizure Certification from BKForensics, it was an interesting course.
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    would forensics typically include working with law enforecement to read someones "deleted" hard drive?
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    Yes, that could definitely be a job function for CF investigator or analyst.
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