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Where do you normally find the IMEI of a GSM phone? Beneath the battery on the sticker it dialling *#06# right?
But what about the iPhone? Take apart the phone? What if it doesn’t power up?
Det. Bob Elder and I were sitting at Wild PCS getting trained by Tom Yang…and guess what we learned? The IMEI and serial number of the iPhone is printed on the SIM tray is the serial number.
Bob and I had our jaws drop. Who knew?
Now you do!
Outstanding! Thanks Wild PCS!
Here’s a press release regarding Guidance Software supporting iOS devices, focusing in particular on the iPad as it relates to Enterprise investigations.
The question is…does it support physical acquisitions? Bypass security codes etc? Or do they not passcode protect devices in the Enterprise environment?
Still, I think its great that Guidance is finally coming to the table on this one!
Check out this article in DFI News by Bram Mooij a veteran of the mobile forensics scene.
Sean Morrissey weighs in on some myths about the current open source forensic solutions floating about the internet regarding the 3gs iPhone.
Great Article by Kipp Loving and Christa Miller on potentially missed evidence
Apple filed a claim with the US copyright office that jailbreaking an iPhone could crash a wireless provider’s transmission towers and therefore allow people to avoid paying for telephone calls (Capt. Crunch anyone?)
Read the story here
Here’s also a link to Apple’s answer’s to the copyright office questions
Is this more of ATT pressure like the Google App boondongle? Or is it as some suggest more Cupertino attempts at hegemony on app vendors…..?