Pak youth sets record in DFS

STAFF REPORT DIK: A 14-year-old youth, Babar Iqbal, who has already set four world records in the field of computer science, has now set a new record, publishing his first Digital Forensic Science research paper discussing new method of Apple iDevice Forensics (iPhone, iPod, iPad).
According to details, Babars research has been accepted by the 8th IEEE International Conference on Innovations in Information Technology . His research paper is unique, unlike the previous techniques and does not require jail-breaking process and takes less than 30 minutes to image the iDevice.
This new method can be used by law enforcement agencies to obtain valuable digital forensic evidence such as User Contacts, Call Logs, Emails, Messages, User Photos and Videos, Documents, GPS information and Cellphone tower logs. Cellphone tower logs can also be used to triangulate location of device at certain point in time, says the report reached here.
Digital Forensic Science (DFS) is the use of scientifically derived and proven methods toward the preservation, collection, validation, identification, analysis, interpretation, documentation and presentation of digital evidence derived from digital sources for the purpose of facilitating or furthering the reconstruction of events found to be criminal.

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