The golden age of mobile forensics is over. There is no longer an easy way to get through the passcode in new iOS devices. Chip-off acquisition is dead due to full-disk encryption, while physical acquisition is dead since 64-bit devices and versions of iOS 8 that cannot be jailbroken. Blackberries were highly resistant to chip-off acquisition from the beginning, and Android is getting there quickly.
To most digital investigators, unallocated space is the “black hole” of a disk image where we send our forensic tools to search for potential evidential items. Unfortunately, the current method of dealing with unallocated space doesn’t realize its full potential.
There is a dark side to computer use, or rather computer misuse. Regardless of how many written rules, policies, and procedures management puts into place to protect the confidentiality and integrity of their digital information and intellectual property, it seems inevitable that a breach will eventually occur.
It is possible to retrieve the data from your computer when you are unable to get into Windows at all due to a severe virus infection or file corruption. Here is how to rescue the files by transferring them to another computer via LAN, FTP, online cloud services, and USB drive.
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