We are very excited to announce Cellebrite Inspector 2018 R2 is officially released and includes top customer-requested features. BlackBag values you and your feedback!

This release is all about the customer. We added the top 3 most popular customer requests AND, remembering our Mac Forensic fans, provided new support for Spotlight artifacts ….all in 2018 R2.

What’s New and Improved?

  • Ability to view and filter across multiple devices
  • Enhanced email support for EMLX parts and email reporting
  • Auto-adjust time zones for Daylight Savings Time
  • Ability to parse macOS Spotlight Indexes

See it in Action

Watch our Director of Product Management, Ashley Hernandez, walk through new features in this 4-minute overview video.

Top Features

  1. Viewing and Filtering on Multiple Devices

Cellebrite Inspector now supports viewing data from multiple devices at the same time without having to change selected devices.  Each evidence item is associated with a colored badge number.

Just check the box next to the evidence item and select the desired view in Inspector.

‘File Filter’ view shows the numbered badge in the first column for each responsive item

  1. Improved Email Reporting

2018 R2 has improved parsing and reporting Apple’s EMLXPART files and EMLX partials. In addition, we now give the examiner the option to create previews for tagged email, enhancing the report, and displaying emails as the user saw them.

When the report is generated, the email can be seen as well as previewed by clicking on the Preview link.  This will show the email as the user saw it.  Any attachments can also be seen in the preview of the report, as well as the attachment link.

  1. Auto-Adjust for Daylight Savings Time

We recognize having to manually adjust times plus or minus hours and even minutes can be laborious and error-prone.  Inspector now recognizes daylight savings time shifts for different parts of the world. When you change the case time zone to the desired time zone, all dates and times will automatically be adjusted accordingly.

  1. Spotlight Index Parsing

Inspector now gives you the ability to parse macOS Spotlight indexes.  Spotlight is a system-wide search feature of macOS and the iOS operating systems.  It was designed to allow the user to quickly locate a wide variety of items on the computer, including documents, pictures, music, applications, and System Preferences.

Specific words in documents and in web pages in a web browser’s history or bookmarks can be searched. It also allows the user to narrow down searches with creation dates, modification dates, sizes, types, and other attributes.

Learn more about Cellebrite Inspector here.

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