SQLite is a popular database solution used by many developers who wish to incorporate database structures in an easy-to-deploy manner. Since SQLite databases are stored in relatively small files, considering the amount of data inside of it, it is easy to release with an application. Continue reading
Windows is finicky about device drivers. From wireless adapters to our portable electronics, a special driver installation is needed prior to use. Android devices are no exception. Without any drivers previously installed, or the automated wizard failing to download the correct drivers, Android devices are left as glorified flash drives or media players when connecting as merely MTP or PTP devices (more on that at howtogeek.com). These two protocols do not support the fun and powerful ADB (Android Debugging Bridge) commands that can be used to exfiltrate data (more than music or photos) from the Android devices.
It has been a good number of months since I have updated this blog. Nonetheless, I have been busy and wanted to share some of the newest code I have been working on with everyone. The most recent script is called Foroboto. This script is similar in purpose to my previous Shattered script for Google Glass acquisition. The difference here is that I have put python aside and for the benefits in simplicity of bash.
Navigation has become a large part of this decade. The availability of GPS devices for consumer purchase has made companies like TomTom and Garmin well known for road trippers. Since the boom of the Smartphone market, the GPS is now considered a feature, not a device. With the next step in smart technology being wearable, Google Glass carries the feature of directions.
Google Glass contains a wide array of data, constantly updating with the latest information for the end-user. This is what makes Glass so exciting for the user, though can raise challenges in forensic analysis. If Locard’s principle holds true on this device, then all of this data should be recoverable, though this wearable technology does have limited resources, and therefore limited retention.