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Oxygen Forensic - authorization via USB token for Google

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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John000
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Oxygen Forensic - authorization via USB token for Google

Post Posted: Oct 24, 18 07:25

Hello,

In the latest release of Oxygen Forensic, they announced support for authorization via USB token for Google services.
Does anyone know what's the meaning of it?
It is a Token I can acquire via Physical extractions?

Thank you in advance,
John.  
 
  

OxygenForensics
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Re: Oxygen Forensic - authorization via USB token for Google

Post Posted: Oct 25, 18 06:02

Hi John! If a device owner uses 2FA for his Google account, he can choose several authorization methods: SMS, Google Authenticator, Backup codes, Google Prompt or USB token. Authorization via USB token means that a user uploaded a special token to the USB key and uses it for a safe login to Google services. If an investigator had a chance to find this token he can now have an access to the evidence stored in Google services and extract all the data with Oxygen Forensic Detective.  
 

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