Comments on: NIST Releases PDA Forensics Study

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), sponsored by the US Department of Homeland Security, has released a new report and study on PDA forensics. The report takes a look at current PDA forensic tools as well as a detailed look at handheld operating systems and security.
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What I want to know.....

ssnider @ 10/1/2004 7:51:21 PM #
Can I hide my 3 year old son's birthday party entry in my datebook or not?????????


I was bleeding edge when I bought my Palm IIIxe.......But I sold it [Palm IIIX->Palm IIIXe->Clie SJ20->Sony SJ33]

RE: What I want to know.....
Strider_mt2k @ 10/2/2004 7:30:37 AM #
Not if your 3 year old gets ahold of it!

CBS's next ripoff series

mikecane @ 10/2/2004 10:20:34 AM #
I can see it coming: CSI PDA!

Spare us!!

CBS's next ripoff series: QUINCY - 2004
Strider_mt2k @ 10/2/2004 7:06:53 PM #
Here are some scenes from next week's "Quincy - 2004":

"I'm telling you Sam, it was a hard reset - AND I CAN PROVE IT!!!"
"Quickly, to the gas chromatograph!"

A well-meaning but bumbling deaf-mute gardener witnesses the murder of his boss's wife and takes photos of the event on his camera-equipped Palm OS handheld, with DEALDY RESULTS.

RE: CBS's next ripoff series
phoneboy @ 10/3/2004 7:58:46 PM #
And next season: CSI PDA: Boise!

Scope of report too narrow

johnbartley @ 10/5/2004 8:13:35 PM #
It's nice, the work they did on this, to tell us how to crack PalmOS and PocketPCs. They even included most of my errrors from earlier drafts.

However, they overlooked Symbian, hardheld variants of Linux, and other OS which surely will be found in criminal investigations.

But, a nice start.



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