Compelson Forensic Express

Compelson Forensic Express

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Completely new product designed for your needs

The world of mobile forensics is a very fast-paced environment and a strong demand has arisen for a new tool to allow for more efficiency when in the field to complement the more extensive analysis done by MOBILedit Forensic when back in the lab. This demand led to the development of Forensic Express which is now available as a perfect complement to our original standard-setting solution.

Much faster and a lot easier to use

Forensic Express is faster and easier to use than any of our previous products. You no longer need to be a forensic expert to complete a forensic extraction from a phone. With Forensic Express, anyone can do it. The software is optimized for a tablet running Windows allowing for a simple one-touch extraction. Our focus on speed and ease of use produced an improved auto-detect that will allow you to start your extraction much faster and because the one-touch extraction is so simple, any police officer with a touch terminal can do the job.

How It Works?

Select the right cable, connect the phone, tap whatever data you want to extract from call logs, SMS, MMS, app data (e.g. WhatsApp, Skype, Dropbox, Evernote), contacts, files, photos, videos, recordings and documents and then tap extract. The phone data cannot be viewed or modified on the tablet making it ideal even for those who do not have permission to see the content. Forensic Express will generate a report that can later be viewed by forensic personnel or imported directly into advanced forensic analysis software such as I2 or Tovek.

Almost two decades of experience

Compelson has been providing tools to mobile forensics investigators since 1996. Our signature product, MOBILedit Forensic has been highly rated by the National Institute of Standards and Technology and is currently being utilized by the FBI, CIA, IRS and law enforcement in over 75 countries to extract all content from a phone and generate a forensic report for presentation in the courtroom.