Streamline data from UFED Physical Analyzer to Analytics, and selectively extract cloud tokens with UFED 7.18

Version7.18  |  UFED 4PC, UFED Touch2, UFED Physical Analyzer, UFED Logical Analyzer, Cellebrite Reader  |  May 14, 2019

 

What’s new in UFED Physical Analyzer 7.18

Streamline your case directly to Cellebrite Analytics v8.0

Analytics desktop eliminates the time-consuming and manual review of digital data. It is a force multiplier that uses Artificial Intelligence, and machine learning algorithms, to automatically surface formative leads and actionable insights from every bit and byte of digital data. This is especially critical during the early hours of an investigation.

Users with Cellebrite Analytics installed on the same machine as UFED Physical Analyzer, can utilize a new streamlining process, and eliminate the manual upload of data into Analytics . 

For more information on how Analytics can expedite your investigations, click here.

What’s new in UFED 7.18

Industry first: Get access to evidence faster with Selective Extraction of cloud tokens

Retrieve valuable data from cloud sources with the new functionality of Selective Extraction of cloud tokens in UFED 7.18. Simply take the account package from UFED Physical Analyzer and upload it into UFED Cloud Analyzer to take advantage of this industry-first capability.

Faster extractions on select Android devices

By using the new UFED extraction protocols in conjunction with the UDA3 device adapter, for devices that support USB 3.0, preliminary feedback from customers have confirmed that daily through-put has tripled, which has expedited time to evidence in their cases.

“With the latest version, dump times were super-fast.  I tried extraction on 5 different models, it was even faster when using Smart ADB, EDL Decrypting, and Samsung Bootloader. Very impressive.”  – Scott Lorenz, Centex Technologies

Know what you have with the device properties screen

With UFED 7.18, you can now obtain greater visibility into what is on a device. We have enhanced the device properties screen to display storage volume, data types, volume of storage per data type, as well as the number of accounts on the device.