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Third Party Application Forensics on Apple Mobile Devices

ABSTRACT: Forensics on mobile devices is not new. Law enforcement and academia have been performing forensics on mobile devices for the past several years. Forensics on mobile third party applications is new. There have been third party applications on mobile devices before today, but none that provided the number of applications available in the iTunes app store. Mobile forensic software tools predominantly addresses “typical” mobile telephony data – contact information, SMS, and voicemail messages. These tools overlook analysis of information saved in third-party apps. Many third-party applications installed in Apple mobile devices leave forensically relevant artifacts available for inspection. This includes information about user accounts, timestamps, geolocational references, additional contact information, native files, and various media files. This information can be made readily available to law enforcement through simple and easy-to-use techniques.

For full text of the article, visit Third Party Application Forensics on Apple Mobile Devices.

Citation: Alex Levinson, Bill Stackpole, Daryl Johnson, “Third Party Application Forensics on Apple Mobile Devices,” hicss, pp.1-9, 2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2011

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Changes in the 112th Congress and Upcoming Appropriations Battles

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The December 2010 issue of the Science and Technology in Congress newsletter is now available online at http://www.aaas.org/spp/cstc/stc/index.shtml.

The latest science-related news on Capitol Hill from the AAAS Center for Science, Technology and Congress


Changes Coming in the 112th Congress
The 112th Congress will feature a host of new faces, a new Republican majority in the House, and several changes in committee structures. In the House, changes include the abolishment of the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming, the creation of new subcommittees, and a plethora of new Chairmen and Ranking Members.
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FY 2011 Appropriations Battles to Continue Next Year
Congress passed the Continuing Appropriations and Surface Transportation Extensions Act, 2011 (H.R.3082) on December 21. This short-term extension of federal funding at FY 2010 levels through March 4, 2011, sets up a face-off in the new Congress between the newly-elected House Republican majority that is pushing for $100 billion in discretionary cuts and the Democrat-led Senate. Additionally, Congress finalized the extension of several tax cuts, including the R&D tax credit.
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