Special guest: Dror Rimon, Architect for Forensic Research in the R&D Team at Cellebrite

In this episode, Dror will discuss the Cellebrite Physical Analyzer plug-in, Mini-dump, and how it can help app analysis in your investigations. He will also explain where and when not to apply  Mini-dump as a forensic solution.

For the last seven years, Dror has been an essential member of the decoding team at Cellebrite focusing on file systems and applications. Today he is primarily involved with data infrastructure activities.

A few years ago MIni-dump was initially created as an internal tool to assist with research and automation. Now, the plug-in is available to solve a major digital intelligence challenge.

Data dumps traditionally produce many artifacts, applications, and copious amounts of information that can directly impact the time it takes to decode. This step can be one of the biggest time-wasters during your investigation.

If you want to perform a specific activity on a specialized application, the time allotted to irrelevant data acquisition can become frustrating. To address this challenge, Cellebrite developed a tool that can isolate and dump specific files relevant to a specific parser, which is saved as a Mini-dump-zipped UFED file for easy loading into the Cellebrite Physical Analyzer solution.

Listen to the podcast to find out more.

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