An overview and analysis of PDA forensic tools

@article{Jansen2005AnOA,
  title={An overview and analysis of PDA forensic tools},
  author={Wayne A. Jansen and Rick Ayers},
  journal={Digital Investigation},
  year={2005},
  volume={2},
  pages={120-132}
}
Mobile handheld devices are becoming evermore affordable and commonplace in society. When they are involved in a security incident or crime, forensic specialists require tools that allow proper extraction and speedy examination of any digital evidence present. This paper gives an overview of forensic software tools for Personal Digital Assistants (PDA). A set of generic scenarios was devised to simulate evidentiary situations and applied to a set of target devices to gauge how selected tools… CONTINUE READING

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