Israel's Cellebrite to provide Chilean Police with data extraction software

The digital forensic tool can access and decode data from Android, BlackBerry, Apple and other devices 

Screenshot from the Cellebrite website

Israeli company Cellebrite will supply the Investigations Police of Chile with its UFED 4PC Ultimate software, which extracts and decodes forensic data from mobile devices, for an estimated $42,000, according to the Infodefensa website. The deal is said to include the provision of updates for three years.

Cellebrite's UFED 4PC enables the extraction of data by bypassing the pattern, password, or PIN lock of Android devices, including HTC, Motorola, Samsung Galaxy S, SII and SII series. It also provides access to BlackBerry devices with operating systems 4-7, with exclusive decoding of BBM data, applications, emails, Bluetooth and more. It can even extract and decode data from Apple devices with iOS3, from locked Nokia BB5 devices, and from Windows Phone 7.5 and 8, including those of Nokia, HTC, Samsung, Huawei and ZTE, the report said. 

The system allows the extraction of data from phones with Chinese chipsets, the decryption of trip logs from Tom Tom devices, and data extraction from other portable GPS devices, and provides extensive decoding of app data, passwords, emails, call history, SMS, contacts, calendar, media files, and location information, among others. The device also has a variety of unique analysis functions, including timeline, project analysis, malware detection and watch list, the ability to easily generate and customize reports in a variety of formats using the UFED Physical Analyzer, Infodefensa said. 

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