GetData Phone Image Carver Professional Edition

Software, System Tools. February 27, 2012 by samura1.

Phone Image Carver Professional Edition is an advanced data recovery from GetData. Please read the rest of the article to find out more about "Phone Image Carver".

GetData Phone Image Carver Professional Edition
File Carving, Data Carving, or just Carving is a general term for extracting data (files) out of raw data, much like "carving" a sculpture from a stone. It is the practice of searching for files based on internal content, rather than known information such as that supplied by a file system. File carving is a powerful tool for recovering files and fragments of files when a file system is not present, damaged, corrupt, or unknown.

File Carving works by looking for file headers and footers, and then "carving out" the blocks between these two boundaries. Additional accuracy is achieved by analysis of the contents of identified files to assess if internal structure conforms with the identified file type.

Phone Image Carver
Is specifically designed for cell phone forensics. It does not search on sector boundaries, but analyses your phone image file sector by sector for user select file types.

Does your suspect store .jpeg, .png, .tiff, files on a phone? Find out in 3 simple steps:
- Select image file;
- Select file types to data carve;
- Scan and preview the search results.

Do you create mobile phone hex dumps in forensic phone examinations?
- What file types are you data carving from your forensic phone dumps?
- Are your file carving scripts accurate for more than 300 different file types?
- Do you need a reliable sector file carving tool to quickly scan your cell phone image files?

Phone Image Carver is an easy to use sector by sector data carver for phone dumps or cell phone image files.

Currently supports:
- Hex;
- DD;
- Bin;
- RAW;
- DMG;
- XRY.

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