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Sorry for the the lack of updates, starting up Teel Technologies Canada and getting everything operational has been a task (I want to go back to Policing to relax (-: ), new stuff coming soon. Please visit the new website: http://teeltechcanada.com/blog/
Sorry for the lack of updates lately. I have been super busy with family events, work case loads and court, preparing/teaching the new JTAG class, training a new group of instuctors for Teel Tech Training, helping with the creation of Teel Tech Canada for Bill Teel, building a new office/lab and helping people with their problem phones. I expect more posts will be ready for mid-November into December. Some great stuff on the way so please stay tuned.
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In the field of mobile-device forensics, the practices of “chip-off” and “JTAG” analysis have become topics of growing interest among the community. As mobile devices continue to bring new challenges to the examiner, these two disciplines warrant close attention, as they both offer examiners avenues for deeper data access, the ability to bypass lock codes, and a way to recover data from damaged devices…………………………………..to read the full article, please follow the link below:
Thanks to Bill Teel of Teel Technologies for the assistance in writing and editing the article.