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SATE VI Report: Bug Injection and Collection

June 14, 2023
Author(s)
Aurelien Delaitre, Paul E. Black, Damien Cupif, Guillaume Haben, Loembe Alex-Kevin, Vadim Okun, Yann Prono, Aurelien Delaitre
The SATE VI report presents the results of a security-focused bug finding evaluation exercise carried out from 2018 to 2023 on various code bases using static analysis tools. Existing bugs were extracted from bug tracker reports and the CVE/NVD database

Implementing a Protocol Native Managed Cryptocurrency

November 24, 2019
Author(s)
Peter M. Mell, Aurelien M. Delaitre, Frederic J. de Vaulx, Philippe J. Dessauw
Previous work presented a theoretical model based on the implicit Bitcoin specification for how an entity might issue a cryptocurrency that mimics features of fiat currencies. Novel to this work were mechanisms by which the issuing entity could manage the

Guide to SIMfill Use and Development

February 24, 2010
Author(s)
Wayne Jansen, Aurelien M. Delaitre
SIMfill is a proof-of-concept, open source, application developed by NIST to populate identity modules with test data, as a way to assess the recovery capability of mobile forensic tools. An initial set of test data is also provided with SIMfill as a

Mobile Forensic Reference Materials: a Methodology and Reification

October 14, 2009
Author(s)
Wayne Jansen, Aurelien M. Delaitre
This report concerns the theoretical and practical issues with automatically populating mobile devices with reference test data for use as reference materials in validation of forensic tools. It describes an application and data set developed to populate

Forensic Filtering of Cell Phone Protocols

August 27, 2008
Author(s)
Aurelien M. Delaitre, Wayne Jansen
Phone managers are non-forensic software tools designed to carry out a range of tasks for the user, such as reading and updating the contents of a phone, using one or more of the communications protocols supported by the phone. Phone managers are sometimes

Forensic Protocol Filtering of Phone Managers

July 24, 2008
Author(s)
Wayne Jansen, Aurelien M. Delaitre
Phone managers are non-forensic tools sometimes used by forensic investigators to recover data from a cell phone when no suitable forensic tool is available for the device. While precautions can be taken to preserve the integrity of data on a cell phone

Overcoming Impediments to Cell Phone Forensics

January 16, 2008
Author(s)
Wayne Jansen, Aurelien M. Delaitre, Ludovic Moenner
Cell phones are an emerging but rapidly growing area of computer forensics. While cell phones are becoming more like desktop computers functionally, their organization and operation are quite different in certain areas. For example, most cell phones do not

Reference Material for Assessing Forensic SIM Tools

October 1, 2007
Author(s)
Wayne Jansen, Aurelien M. Delaitre
Subscriber Identity Modules (SIMs) are a fundamental standardized component of most cell phones used worldwide. A SIM can be removed from a phone handset and inserted into another, allowing users to port identity, personal information, and service between

Cell Phone Forensic Tools: An Overview and Analysis Update

March 21, 2007
Author(s)
Richard Ayers, Wayne Jansen, Aurelien M. Delaitre, Ludovic Moenner
Cell phones and other handheld devices incorporating cell phone capabilities (e.g., Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) phones) are ubiquitous. Rather than just placing calls, certain phones allow users to perform additional tasks such as SMS (Short Message