Mobile Forensics: A Valuable Instrument or a Challenge in Forensic Industry

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Dipti Shukla
KK Parashar


Mobile forensics is the science of recovering digital evidence from a mobile device under forensically sound conditions using accepted methods. Mobile device forensics is a subfield of forensic science called "digital forensics" is dedicated to the retrieval and examination of unprocessed data found on electronic or digital devices. The procedure aims to retrieve and extract any data from a digital device without changing the data that is already on the device. Digital forensics expanded throughout time in tandem with the swift expansion of computers and other digital devices. Depending on the kind of digital device involved, there are several subfields of digital forensics, including computer, network, mobile, and so on. The study of recovering data from a mobile phone in a way that complies with forensic standards is known as mobile phone forensics. This covers the whole process of retrieving and analyzing data from the SIM/USIM, the phone body, and any optional memory cards. Call timings, contact numbers, text or SMS messages, photos, videos, and other types of data may all be recovered and analyzed.

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Shukla, D., & Parashar, K. (2024). Mobile Forensics: A Valuable Instrument or a Challenge in Forensic Industry. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ETHICS, TRAUMA & VICTIMOLOGY, 9(02), 36-38.
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