Oxygen Forensic Detective

 

Advanced software to extract data from multiple sources

Oxygen Detective® is a complete match for busy forensic labs, accelerating data acquisition from multiple devices by distributing time-consuming operations between multiple workstations.

Wi-Fi Networks Activity Section
Displays the list of hotspots the examined Apple device was ever connected to with dates and times of first and last connection. Oxygen Forensic Suite automatically determines the geographical position of each hotspot and shows it using Google Maps.

Deleted Data Access
The built-in SQLite browser not only displays the actual data, but also unallocated blocks where you can find deleted contacts, calls and message information.

SQLite and Plist Viewers
These viewers make the process of analyzing Apple devices much more convenient, since SQLite databases is the standard storage format for data and Plist.

Oxygen Detective Extractor recovers the following data:

  • Common device information
  • Contacts with all the fields and contact photos
  • Missed/Outgoing/Incoming calls and Facetime calls
  • Organizer data (meetings, appointments, memos, anniversaries, tasks, notes, etc.)
  • SMS, MMS, iMessages, emails with attachments
  • Device dictionary words
  • Photos, videos, audio files and voice records
  • Wi-fi connections
  • Device logs
  • Passwords to the device owner accounts and Wi-Fi hotspots
  • 250+ applications user data: Apple Maps, Booking.com, Facebook, Google+, Paypal, Safari, Skype, Viber, Whatsapp, etc.

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Oxygen Forensic Detective Enterprise

Oxygen Forensic® Detective Enterprise is a cost efficient solution for big organizations with multiple local or remote workstations.

 



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Oxygen Forensic Detective Features



 

Oxygen Forensic® Detective currently offers the most verbose drone data parsing and analysis from physical dumps, drone logs and mobile applications.

There are over 770,000 registered drones in the United States alone and much more all over the world.With the ability of drones to video, photograph, and even transport material it is no wonder law enforcement is rushing to obtain valuable digital data from them.

This data contains not only images and videos but routes the device has been on from where it started to where it finished. Furthermore, data from these devices can show altitude, a direction of travel, speed, rotor speed, and even facial recognition data!

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