So, you deleted that BBM from your girlfriend from your phone? You know, that one with the type of talk that wouldn't make prime-time TV? Or you sent some serious confidential business information to a client or rep in the field over BBM. It's all securely off your BlackBerry and theirs now....or so you think.
Cellebrite, a mobile forensic data company, has announced that it can now decode deleted BBM messages and group messages in it's latest update to it's software. In Cellebrite's spatement, they say that they're able to map a complete image of the BlackBerry NAND memory layout from BlackBerry OS'es versions from OS 4 to 7.1.
These technological advances affirm our commitment to deliver the most thorough data extraction capabilities for the newest, most popular, and widest range of mobile devices to our mobile forensics customers,” said Cellebrite Co-CEO Ron Serber. “They enable investigators to continue to be more flexible and responsive when investigating all different types of crimes. This responsiveness makes the legal process that much more efficient.