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Computer Science 335: Mobile Forensics

Updated April 13, 2022

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Computer Science 335: Mobile Forensics has been evaluated and recommended for 3 semester hours and may be transferred to over 2,000 colleges and universities. With this self-paced course, you get engaging lessons, expert instructors who make even the most challenging computer science topics simple, and an excellent resource for getting a head start on your degree.

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What is Forensic Science? - Definition, History & Types

Computer Science 335: Mobile Forensics 53K views 6 min

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2 hours of educational videos

106 self-paced lessons

13 practice tests

3 transferable credit hours

Expert Contributor: Dan Grossi

Dan is a retired police sergeant and has taught criminal justice and legal studies for 8 years. He has a Master's degree in Criminal Justice and is pursuing his PhD.

13 chapters in Computer Science 335: Mobile Forensics

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Mobile Forensics: Definition, Uses & Principles Text Lesson  Take Quiz
How Mobile & Desktop Devices Impact Forensic Investigations Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Challenges in Mobile Forensics Investigations Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Mobile Forensic Incidents: Process & Example Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Basics of the Windows OS for Digital Forensics Text Lesson  Take Quiz
What is a Mobile Operating System? - Features & Types Video  Take Quiz
Mobile Ecosystem: Security Mechanisms & Risks Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Common Case Data Types in Mobile Forensics Investigations Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Collecting & Analyzing Evidence in Mobile Forensics Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Mobile Device Forensics Tool Classification System: Definition & Levels Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Data Acquisition Methods in Mobile Forensics: Physical, Logical & Manual Text Lesson  Take Quiz
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Mobile iOS Devices & Data: Types, Storage & Access Methods Text Lesson  Take Quiz
File Systems: FAT, NTFS, and HFS+ Video  Take Quiz
HFS+ Filesystem: Definition, Characteristics & Internal Structure Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Using External Searching & B-Trees in Memory Management Text Lesson  Take Quiz
APFS Filesystem: Definition, Features & Structure Text Lesson  Take Quiz
History of iOS Development: Updates & Device Compatibility Text Lesson  Take Quiz
iOS Architecture Components: Layers & Components Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Threads in an Operating System: Definition & Examples Video  Take Quiz
iOS Security Architecture: Layers & Features Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Preventing Privilege Escalation Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Mobile Device Security Management: Software & Best Practices Text Lesson  Take Quiz
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iOS Device Operating Modes: Types & Access Tools Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Digital Data: Acquisition & Transmission Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Systems Software: Utility Software, Device Drivers and Firmware Video  Take Quiz
Setting Up a Mobile Forensics Environment for iOS Devices Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Logical Acquisition for iOS Devices: Definition & Process Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Forensic Use of Password Crackers for Investigating Digital Crime Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Filesystem Acquisition Using the RAM Disk in iOS Devices Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Impact of Volatile & Non-Volatile Memory on Physical Acquisition in iOS Devices Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Read-Only Memory (ROM): Definition & Types Video  Take Quiz
Authenticating & Adding Users in Linux Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Basics of the Macintosh OS for Digital Forensics Text Lesson  Take Quiz
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Setting Up the Forensic Environment for Android Devices Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Linux Commands for Managing Files & Directories Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Techniques for Bypassing Android Screen & Passcode Locking Mechanisms Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Gaining Root Access on Android Devices: Definition & Process Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Data Extraction Techniques for Android Devices: Manual, Logical & Physical Text Lesson  Take Quiz
ADB Pull Data Extraction from Android Devices: Explanation & Process Video  Take Quiz
Content Providers & Android Devices: Definition & AFLogical Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Obtaining Forensic Images from Android Devices Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Joint Test Action Group (JTAG): Definition, Uses & Process Text Lesson  Take Quiz
End-to-End Encryption: Email & Android Text Lesson  Take Quiz
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