Oxygen Forensics Launches Oxygen Forensic Detective for All-In-One Mobile Device Data Extraction and Analysis on Any Mobile Phone and Cloud Service

MOSCOW -- Oxygen Forensics announces the general availability of Oxygen Forensic Detective, an all-in-one mobile forensic product that gives customers comprehensive data extraction and data analysis for mobile devices and cloud storage.

"The evolution of mobile devices has reached a stage where smartphones "know" more about their owners than PCs or laptops. Due to the ever changing industry, obtaining information on smartphones has become more difficult because of encryption, complex passwords and biometrics like thumb prints," said Oleg Fedorov, Oxygen Forensics CEO. "At the same time, more and more users synchronize and backup mobile device data in proprietary or third-party cloud services. Thus, our customers urgently needed a complete and comprehensive solution that would be able to acquire "mobile" data from all available sources, aggregate the data and provide opportunities for advanced analysis of this vital information. That's Oxygen Forensic Detective."

With the new release, Oxygen Forensic Detective:

•Supports live data acquisition from 11,000+ mobile devices running on iOS, Android, Windows 8, Windows Mobile 5/6, RIM(Blackberry), Symbian, Bada, Chinese MTK chipset, and feature phones.
•Offers advanced Oxygen Forensic ® Cloud Extractor - a built-in utility that acquires data from cloud storage services.
•Provides Oxygen Forensic ® Maps - built-in utility that works with geo data, is able to find frequently visited places, build routes from user's data and determine common locations of device owners across multiple device images.
•Supplies Oxygen Forensic ® Call Data Expert - built-in utility to import call data records (also known as CDR files) from any wireless provider and analyze connections between callers visually.

For more information, visit http://www.oxygen-forensic.com/en/products/oxygen-forensic-detective

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