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In this Computer Science 335: Mobile Forensics course, we've put together a series of lessons and chapters on mobile forensics that you can review at your convenience. Study digital forensics, iOS device examination and data recovery. Each lesson is accompanied by a short self-assessment quiz that will help you gauge your knowledge of these topics. Our experts are available through the Dashboard to answer any questions that you might have as you work through this resource. The self-paced lessons and quizzes are available on any smartphone, computer or tablet with an Internet connection.
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|Foundations of Digital Forensics||Outlines tools used in digital forensics, the rules that apply to issues in digital evidence and how the Internet of Things impacts Internet security.|
|Introduction to Mobile Forensics||Identifies challenges in mobile forensics investigations, the types of mobile operating systems and common case data types in investigations.|
|Examination of iOS Devices||Explains the different kinds of file systems, the components of iOS architecture and examples of threads in an operating system.|
|Acquiring Data from iOS Devices||Describes read-only memory (ROM), adding and authenticating users in Linux and logical acquisition for iOS devices.|
|Acquiring Data From iOS Backups||Details directory types in iPhone backup structure, data storage formats, cloud storage and pairing records.|
|iOS Data Analysis & Recovery||Explores cache memory, SQLite databases, recovering data from damaged media and using iOS forensic tools.|
|Android Device Design & Security Overview||Discusses full disk encryption, creating and managing filesystems in Linux and the layers of the Android operating system.|
|Extracting Data from Android Devices||Outlines end-to-end encryption, joint test action group (JTAG), data extraction techniques for Android devices and techniques to bypass Android screen and passcode locking mechanisms.|
|Recovering & Analyzing Android Data||Explains how to recover data deleted from SD cards using Android devices, file-carving/scalpel techniques to recover data and using autopsy to add and analyze Android images.|
|Android App Analysis, Malware & Reverse Engineering||Reviews reverse engineering in digital forensics and APK files; the analysis and detection of mobile malware; and security threats, issues and risks for mobile devices.|
|Windows Phone Forensics||Identifies BitLocker drive encryption, acquiring Windows phone data and locating/extracting forensic artifacts from Windows phones.|
|Parsing Third-Party Application Files||Discusses open source and commercial tools for parsing third party app data in mobile phones and using encryption and encoding to access data on mobile devices.|
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