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Hands on The UFED Touch

Written by DFM Team


Hands on The UFED Touch

A new interface and new functionality improve an already tried and trusted mobile forensics tool...


In response to a few comments we received we have decided to try and provide tutorials on some of the more popular tools in use generally. This is by no means an endorsement nor is it any form of validation of any product, even by inference. The articles are purely meant to be informative and instructional only. If we have got the balance wrong and they are appearing too advertorial, then let us know.


We asked Cellebrite, the manufacturers of the UFED Touch to provide us with a tutorial on how to use the device, what follows is what they came up with. If you like, dislike, have useful and helpful suggestions or a product you would like some help with, then we would all like to hear from you. You can always contact us by using 360.




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