Cellebrite Physical Analyzer 7.30 provides a bird’s eye view to device data with the new Insights from Installed Apps dashboard widget.
The dashboard widget shows a high-level overview of the applications installed on the extracted device, under their respective category, making it an ideal starting point for examinations.
The new widget is designed to help examiners make insightful decisions around where to focus their examination efforts upfront, to optimize their examination process downstream.
Other updates in Cellebrite Physical Analyzer 7.30 include:
AppGenie – a new and innovative research tool engine that surfaces data from 3rd party apps based on sophisticated heuristics. Use App Genie to automatically analyze any application database, decode chats, contacts, user accounts, and location artifacts without any prior knowledge of the application.
Open Case flows under one tab – As part of an ongoing effort to improve usability and streamline user workflow, we are pleased to unify all open case options under one tab. Users looking to open a new case from a UFED or Graykey extraction, load a warrant return or perform advanced open, can get to the various selections from one tab called Open Case.
Updated Project VIC2.0 support – Cellebrite Physical Analyzer 7.30 now supports the import and export of VICS 2.0 JSON data. Users can now include additional data into the exported file such as contact information and metadata.
For all the updates, please refer to the full release notes