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What is worth an expired Cellebrite UFED4PC without dongle?!

Discussion of forensic issues related to all types of mobile phones and underlying technologies (GSM, GPRS, UMTS/3G, HSDPA, LTE, Bluetooth etc.)
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passcodeunlock
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What is worth an expired Cellebrite UFED4PC without dongle?!

Post Posted: Feb 12, 19 12:12

Please post your opinions on the following questions:

1. If bought as used, is it possible to renew an expired Cellebrite UFED4PC without having the original dongle ?!

2. What is the approximate worth of the used cables and tips, if the dongle for starting the used and expired Cellebrite UFED4PC is missing ?!

I know what I would answers on these, but I would be happy to see some other opinions as well.
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passcodeunlock
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Re: What is worth an expired Cellebrite UFED4PC without dong

Post Posted: Feb 12, 19 22:03

Almost a hundred reads and nobody has any opinion ?!

Where are you jaclaz ?! Smile
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UnallocatedClusters
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Re: What is worth an expired Cellebrite UFED4PC without dong

Post Posted: Feb 13, 19 00:43

The Cellebrite dongle is required for me to run my locally installed version of UFED4PC.

Cellebrite comes out with updates very regularly, so maintenance is worth it, in my opinion.

I would confirm with Cellebrite the company directly about renewing maintenance.  
 
  

randomaccess
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Re: What is worth an expired Cellebrite UFED4PC without dongle?!

Post Posted: Feb 13, 19 05:08

- passcodeunlock

1. If bought as used, is it possible to renew an expired Cellebrite UFED4PC without having the original dongle ?!


that's probably a good question to ask Cellebrite?  
 
  

badgerau
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Re: What is worth an expired Cellebrite UFED4PC without dong

Post Posted: Feb 13, 19 07:01

1. No
2. US$400  
 
  

passcodeunlock
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Re: What is worth an expired Cellebrite UFED4PC without dong

Post Posted: Feb 13, 19 09:28

- badgerau
1. No
2. US$400


Thanks, I thought something similar, some cables and tips are missing, so that means even less for #2.
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jaclaz
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Re: What is worth an expired Cellebrite UFED4PC without dong

Post Posted: Feb 13, 19 12:09

- passcodeunlock

Where are you jaclaz ?! Smile


Right here, just behind you, and watching you Wink .

1. No
2. It depends. Anything between US$50[1] and US$400[1] .

jaclaz



[1] I.e. what you would spend sourcing, "normal" connectors/adapters/gender changers and assembling them, or if you prefere how much you value your time, see also mcman's reply to this similarly themed thread:
www.forensicfocus.com/...c/t=16837/

AFAICU the Tip and Cable set is more a "convenience" and a way to "be prepared"
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