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Extract data from damaged Android mobile device. Version: 7.X.X

Teplinsky Maxim Igorevich, Dmitry Semeninov Igorevich & Savchenko Pavel Viktorovich

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Teplinsky Maxim Igorevich, Dmitry Semeninov Igorevich & Savchenko Pavel Viktorovich



Speaker Name: Teplinsky Maxim Igorevich, Dmitry Semeninov Igorevich & Savchenko Pavel Viktorovich
Talk Title: Extract data from damaged Android mobile device. Version: 7.X.X
Assistance to beginner forensic experts extracting data from a mobile device on Android operating system
Date: 21st January 2021
Time: 3:00pm to 5:00pm IST



Brief plan:

  • Soldering a mobile device
  • Retrieve device information
  • Extract contacts
  • Extract messages
  • Extract history and password-login from browsers
  • Extract message history from Internet messengers
  • Extract metadata from media files
  • Extract data from e-mail
  • Extract data on connection to Wi-Fi access points
  • Extract additional information
  • Task for participants
  • Answers to the questions

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:

OS: Windows 7 or 10
Processor: Intel Core i3
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Storage: 30 GB available space
Software:

  • 7-Zip
  • DB Browser (SQLite)
  • Exiftool
  • Notepad++ or analog

Speaker Bio:

Teplinsky Maxim Igorevich is a student at Chelyabinsk State University. For more than 2 years he has worked as a Full Stack Web Developer at F-Lab company. He focuses on developing complex web apps with secure back end and front end.

Dmitry Semeninov Igorevich is a student at Chelyabinsk State University. He studies computer security. For more than a year he has been working in the F-Lab company as a computer forensic specialist. He took part in more than 40 examinations. He specialises is mobile forensics.

Savchenko Pavel Viktorovich works as a security consultant at F-lab, focusing on embedded device security testing and research. He has an extensive background in the development of devices, working with computer hardware and is an expert on removing data dumps from memory chips.He is professor assistant at Chelyabinsk State University and has participated in several conferences.

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