Uber app: Passenger & driver profile data, travel logs, and payment details
With the addition of Uber, the first ride-sharing app to be supported, investigators can now obtain valuable passenger and driver profile data, pick-up and drop-off location logs, and the last 4 digits of a user’s credit card. All of this information could be vital in a missing person case or similar investigations.
Password Collector: Mobile Web Browser
The password collector functionality has been extended to include passwords saved on mobile web browsers. Examiners can now retrieve password logins from various sites using the password collector to collect the maximum amount of data about a suspect or victim.
This is accomplished by leveraging a person’s login details which have been saved in their browser when they access their online accounts.
Capturing Router Data
Up until now, collecting data from routers has been a very manual process as investigators had to browse and collect information screen by screen. This inefficient method was not always forensically sound.
With the WebCapture, get user and device details from routers from the most popular brands. WIFI passwords, as well as a list of connected devices, are now retrievable in a forensically sound manner.
The MagentaCloud App from Telekom (T-mobile) Germany delivers storage and backup services to their customers’ for phone data backup that includes sent and received files.
Examiners who already have a subpoena can immediately access the MagentaCloud app data using tokens retrieved from the mobile device or user credentials.
Amazon Captcha verification is now supported for both Amazon shopping and Alexa services. This means that if a user is presented with a popup or page to be completed, during the login process, the popup screen is now displayed.
Two-factor authentication for the cryptocurrency app, Coinbase is now also supported.
Download the UFED Cloud Analyzer 7.6 Release Notes document for more information and to read about additional capabilities.