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"Secure Password Managers" and "Military-Grade Encryption" on Smartphones: Oh, Really?.

Paper we will analyze applications designed to facilitate storing and management of passwords on mobile platforms, such as Apple iOS and BlackBerry. We will specifically focus our attention on the security of data at rest. We will show that many password keeper apps fail to provide claimed level of protection.

Open Sesame!.

The easy way to restore access passwords to files, applications and databases.

An effective approach to restoring system access in Windows.

The easy way to restore access passwords to files, applications and databases.

Proactive is better than reactive.

Testing password safety – a key to securing a corporate network.

Advantages and disadvantages of EFS and effective recovery of encrypted data

The easy way to restore access passwords to files, applications and databases.

Unlocking PDF

The easy way to restore access passwords to files, applications and databases.

Size does matter

Advantages of distributed password recovery.

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in the corporate information security environment.

Books about us

Overall security & encryption topics and tutorials
Windows login passwords, AEFSDR
Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery
Advanced EFS Data Recovery, Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery, PGP
MS Office password
Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery, GPU
Advanced EFS Data Recovery

Articles about us

The second and latest security revelation is a tad more subtle, but equally intriguing. Digital forensic tool manufacturer ElcomSoft dived into the new iOS and found that connecting an iPhone to a computer is about to get more secure. As it currently stands, when an unlocked iPhone is plugged in it asks the user if they trust the device. If they do, the computer can then access the contents of the smartphone. That process is getting an overhaul.

Apple's iOS 11 has a new security feature that's sure to please activists

12 September, 2017Mashable

Online security firm ElcomSoft has pointed out the beefed-up security measures in the upcoming iOS 11. Currently, thieves and the authorities rely on triggering an automatic backup from a computer that has been registered as a trusted device.

Apple’s iOS 11 could boost user data security with new feature

12 September, 2017Siliconrepublic.com

Apple has added a requirement that forces iPhone owners to use both a fingerprint and their device passcode to establish a "trusting" relationship with the computers on which they want to backup their devices, security firm Elcomsoft revealed in a recent blog post.

How Apple’s iOS 11 Could Improve Your Data Security

12 September, 2017Fortune

Presentations

Overall security & encryption topics and tutorials

Learn more about Apple iCloud backups, FindMyPhone, document storage, keychain, Windows Live SMS, mail, notes, and BlackBerry 10 backup encryption

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Cracking and Analyzing Apple iCloud backups, Find My iPhone, Document Storage

Apple iCloud was meant to improve flexibility and comfort when using your iDevices, however it also provides opportunities to extract as much as everything about the user.

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How To Hack WPA/WPA2 Internet

In this video you caan see a step-by-step demonstration how to crack WPA/WPA2 encryption in Windows environment using Elcomsoft Wireless Security Auditor (v.2).

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When Two-Factor Authentication Is A Foe: Breaking Apple's iCloud Keychain

Vladimir Katalov explains what mobile data is synced in cloud services and how, and dwells on two-factor authentication.

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All Wireless Security Is Now Broken

Tcat House speaks about Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery that pioneered in implementing advanced technologies of using parallel processing capabilities of GPUs and multi-CPUs available, as well as linear scalability to reach “the screaming performance” in the recovery of WPA/WPA2-PSK passwords, which are no longer acceptable as a stand-alone defense.

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Hacking Wireless Networks Made Easy

In The FrugalTech Show Bruce Naylor speaks about Elcomsoft Wireless Security Auditor (v.1.0) which can bust Wi-Fi encryption keys very quickly using commonly availably graphic cards and thus making a supercomputer out of a normal pc. He strongly urges that wireless security practices are essential for today’s users and Elcomsoft Wireless Security Auditor can help in it.

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Advanced Smartphone Forensics

In this talk Vladimir Katalov covers iCloud backups, FindMyPhone service, storage and keychain (as of 2014).

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iOS Acquisition Methods Compared

The talk covers different iOS acquisition methods, such as physical, logical or cloud data acquisitions. The talk gives comparison and evolution of data acquisition methods. Presented at Hacktivity conference in 2016.

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