Oxygen Forensic Detective 9.5 Now Supports 40 Clouds With Addition Of Telegram
Wednesday, August 09, 2017 (14:06:03)
Posted by OxygenForensics
Oxygen Forensics, a worldwide developer and provider of advanced forensic data examination tools for mobile devices and cloud services, announced today that it now supports data extraction from 40 different cloud services with the addition of Telegram cloud for its flagship Oxygen Forensic® Detective 9.5 product.
Launched in 2013, Telegram messaging competes with WhatsApp, Messenger, and any other messaging app. Telegram runs on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone mobile devices, and users can access it from a web portal for use on desktops. Telegram runs on open source software and is free for users.
“Oxygen Forensics is very proud to add Telegram Cloud to our list of cloud services from which we can extract data and this capability with Telegram brings our cloud support to 40 regarding the number of services that we can now obtain data,” said Lee Reiber, COO, Oxygen Forensics. “Criminals and terrorists around the world try and use any method they can find to encrypt communication and attempt to keep their evil deeds secret. It will always be Oxygen Forensics’ goal to allow forensics professionals the ability to uncover evidence of their bad acts through real-time data extraction and bring the bad guys to justice.”
About Oxygen Forensics, Inc.
Oxygen Forensics was founded in 2000 as a PC-to-Mobile Communication software company. This experience has allowed the team of mobile device experts to become unmatched in understanding mobile device communication protocols. With this knowledge, the company has built innovative techniques into Oxygen Forensic® Detective allowing examiners to access much more critical information than competing forensic analysis tools. Oxygen Forensics delivers the most advanced forensic data examination tools for mobile devices and cloud services covering the widest range of mobile devices running iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry and many others.
For more information about Oxygen Forensics, please visit www.oxygen-forensic.com.