Sep 30, 2011
Okay then. It apparently takes me a while between posts. I’ve been keeping a bit busy with several projects and it has been difficult to find the time to conduct much research or write blog posts. I do have an upcoming white-paper that I will release somewhere in November. It includes source code to the toolkit that I will release as well. The topic is loosely based on BlackBerry forensics and...
Jul 22, 2011
I’m guilty of sitting on source code which I should have released a long time ago. I make excuses to myself that I didn’t release any of it because I was waiting for someone to come along and prove to me that there was a better way of doing things. I guess the bottom line was that I was just lazy and procrastinating.
Today, I’m releasing source code to three of my projects that...
Nov 29, 2010
Recovering data from an SQLite database has many uses. Why you ask? One main reason is that SQLite has increased in popularity to epic proportions. It is the most ideal candidate for use in a resource constrained environment. Like where you ask? The industry most benefiting from SQLite at the moment is the mobile phone one. The BlackBerry, Android and iPhone platforms rely on SQLite. As a...
Jul 1, 2010
It’s been quite a while since my last post. I’ve been a bit on the busy side with work, family and a bit of research. Inspired by a friend and fellow researcher – Cst. Shafik Punja, I decided to look deeper into BlackBerry connectivity via USB. If I succeeded at understanding this topic, I would be able to directly connect to a BlackBerry device and collect all the information that...
Jul 17, 2009
Okay, for real this time. Continuing from my previous post, I’ve got version 0.1 of the HiddenProgs app available for download. Grab your copy here. The way I installed it was to just navigate to the link using my Bold. By downloading the program, you’re acknowledging you’ve read and understood the disclaimer below.
The program has 2 options. One is the Reveal...