Now Available: Cellebrite Endpoint Inspector 1.4

Version1.4  |  Cellebrite Endpoint Inspector  |  June 30, 2022

Cellebrite Endpoint Inspector 1.4 updates include:

New Licensing for Mobile Collection

We have listened to your suggestions and feedback. As a result, the licensing model for mobile collections has changed from pools of collection jobs to instead be a quantity of managed devices.

 New Endpoint Inspector UI

Throughout the web interface for the Endpoint Inspector server, refinements have been made to the general appearance of pages, navigation elements, notifications, lists, panels for creating and editing information, and other elements. The new UI increases efficiencies for corporate investigators and eDiscovery professionals.

 New Unified Collection Workflow

 The new Collections page replaces the Computer and Mobile collection pages. A single, unified workflow now lets you create and define collections for any or all supported types from remote computers, remote mobile devices, and from supported cloud applications. You can also create and use templates for computer collections.

New Cloud Collection

 Cloud collections are now a distinct type of collection rather than data included in a mobile collection. eDiscovery professionals and corporate investigators can select Cloud when creating collections and then select a supported cloud application.

Custodians (account owners for the cloud application) must use their mobile device to cooperate in collecting data. When a custodian receives the necessary email and clicks the link provided, a page opens in their default web browser.

That page provides instructions for using their mobile device to collect the requested cloud application data. WhatsApp is supported in this release. The most recent three months of WhatsApp data stored on the mobile device can be collected.

New Automated Communications for Custodians

 eDiscovery professionals and corporate investigators no longer need to manually compose email messages to provide download links and authorization tokens to custodians for mobile devices. The Endpoint Inspector server now automatically sends these email messages using information provided by examiners when they create collection jobs that include the mobile or cloud collection types.

If eDiscovery professionals or corporate investigators find it necessary to manually provide the download link and authorization token to custodians, it is still possible to find them in the web interface.

To get additional information about the new capabilities and features, read the Release Notes document available to you on the MyCellebrite Portal.