Cellebrite Group Chat Digital Forensics Tool

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Would you find this tool useful? (ie: Should it be further developed?)

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    Votes: 6 100.0%
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Group Chat Digital Forensics Tool was designed to visually display chat conversations as they are displayed on mobile devices, in chat bubbles.
Cellebrite UFED PA is an extremely useful tool, but properly displaying SMS/MMS and Chat conversations for reports can be frustrating especially if those messages contain images or video.
This tool was designed to solve this issue.
It works with the following chat applications:

SMS/MMS
iMessages
Facebook (more testing required)
WhatsApp (more testing required)
And many others *




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* This tool has not been tested with other Chat applications, but in theory, the format in Cellebrite PA when displayed in the “Chat” section is the same for all types of chat apps...
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Cellebrite Group Chat Digital Forensics Tool - Computer Forensics World

Group Chat Digital Forensics Tool was designed to visually display chat conversations as they are displayed on mobile devices, in chat bubbles.

Cellebrite UFED PA is an extremely useful tool, but properly displaying SMS/MMS and Chat conversations for reports can be frustrating especially if those messages contain images or video.

This tool was designed to solve this issue.

It works with the following chat applications:

  • SMS/MMS
  • iMessages
  • Facebook (more testing required)
  • WhatsApp (more testing required)
  • And many others *

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