18 February, 2020Elcomsoft Cloud Explorer 2.30 extracts Google Fit data, expands location tracking
Elcomsoft Cloud Explorer 2.30 adds support for health and activity information collected by the Android Google Fit app and synchronized to the user’s Google Account. Google Fit collects essential activity data such as the number of steps, types of activity, heart rate, and a lot more. Most importantly, Google Fit collects and synchronizes massive amounts of location data.
16 January, 2020Elcomsoft Cloud Explorer 2.25 fixes Google Account authentication for some accounts
Elcomsoft Cloud Explorer 2.25 is a maintenance release with minor bug fixes and a major change under the hood. The fix resolves authentication issues on some Google accounts with specific two-factor authentication settings. The brand-new authentication algorithm we have under the hood is significantly more robust than the one it replaces.
20 December, 2019iOS Forensic Toolkit 5.21 extracts keychain from locked iOS devices
Elcomsoft iOS Forensic Toolkit 5.21 is updated to support the extraction of iOS keychain from locked and disabled devices. Before-first-unlock (BFU) extraction is available on select Apple devices via the checkra1n jailbreak.
19 December, 2019ElcomSoft Phone Breaker 9.40 is out with support for Skype chats, files and metadata
Elcomsoft Phone Breaker 9.40 adds support for Skype chats, media files, contact lists and metadata. The update enables experts to download conversation histories, pictures and files, while the updated Elcomsoft Phone Viewer can display downloaded data as well as metadata for deleted chats and files purged from Skype servers.
27 November, 2019iOS Forensic Toolkit 5.20 adds future-proof file system extraction support for Apple devices with checkra1n jailbreak
Elcomsoft iOS Forensic Toolkit 5.20 is updated with file system extraction support for select Apple devices running all versions of iOS from iOS 12 to iOS 13.3. Making use of the new future-proof bootrom exploit built into the checkra1n jailbreak, EIFT is able to extract the full file system image, decrypt passwords and authentication credentials stored in the iOS keychain.
14 November, 2019ElcomSoft Phone Breaker 9.30 is out with new iCloud engine, low-level iCloud Drive access, iOS 13.2 and macOS Catalina support
Elcomsoft Phone Breaker 9.30 delivers a new iCloud downloading engine and low-level access to iCloud Drive data. Thanks to the new iCloud engine, the tool can download backups produced by devices running all versions of iOS up to iOS 13.2. The new and improved iCloud downloading engine, the new iCloud Drive analysis core and the many bug fixes make EPB 9.30 a highly recommended update.
1 October, 2019Elcomsoft Phone Breaker 9.20 extracts Screen Time passwords and Voice Memos from iCloud
Elcomsoft Phone Breaker 9.20 expands the list of supported data categories, adding iOS Screen Time and Voice Memos. Screen Time passwords and some additional information can be extracted from iCloud along with other synchronized data, while Voice Memos can be extracted from local and cloud backups and iCloud synchronized data.
6 September, 2019Elcomsoft iOS Forensic Toolkit 5.10 with iOS 12.2 and 12.4 file system acquisition
Elcomsoft iOS Forensic Toolkit 5.10 is updated to support physical acquisition of Apple devices running iOS 12.2 and 12.4. The tool extracts the full file system and decrypts passwords and authentication credentials stored in the iOS keychain.
29 August, 2019Elcomsoft Phone Viewer 4.60 reveals Restrictions and Screen Time passwords, decrypts Signal history
Elcomsoft Phone Viewer can now recover and display Restrictions and Screen Time passwords when analysing iOS local backups. In addition, EPV 4.60 decrypts and displays conversation histories in Signal, one of the world’s most secure messaging apps.
8 August, 2019Elcomsoft Cloud Explorer 2.20 Fixes Google Photos Support, Downloads More Historical Data
Elcomsoft Cloud Explorer 2.20 boosts the number of data types available for acquisition, fixes support for Google Photos and speeds up Photos downloading speed by enabling pre-filtering. In addition, we’ve switched from Google Maps to OpenStreetMap for showing you the user’s location history.