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Learn how to bypass the iPhone 3G's Passcode - iPhone Forensics 101 Webcast

 
By Kathryn Barrett
September 8, 2008 | Comments: 7

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In this free, live webcast, iPhone hacker and data forensics expert Jonathan Zdziarski guides you through the steps used by law enforcement agencies to bypass the iPhone 3G's passcode lock by creating a custom firmware bundle. Author of the upcoming book, iPhone Forensics, Jonathan has devoted much of his talent supporting law enforcement personnel with his development of a forensics toolkit that allows them to recover, process, and remove sensitive data stored on the iPhone, iPhone 3G, and iPod Touch. This live presentation is aimed towards law enforcement and anyone else who has a need to access the not-so-readily available data on an iPhone.

Attendance is limited, so register now. We'll send you a reminder before the webcast. And please feel free to share this invitation with others.

Date: Thursday, September 11 at 10am PDT (17:00 GMT)
Cost: Free
Duration: 45 minutes
Meeting link: http://oreilly.com/go/forensics101
Questions? Please send email to webcast@oreilly.com

For upcoming O'Reilly webcasts, and recordings of past webcasts, be sure to visit http://webcasts.oreilly.com

iPhone Forensics Developer Workshop

Jonathan is also presenting a two-day hands-on developer workshop for IT and security professionals who need to manage sensitive data on employee iPhones and law enforcement and government agencies who need to process iPhones for evidence.

This highly specialized two-day forensics workshop will teach you how to recover, process, and remove sensitive data stored on the iPhone, iPhone 3G, and iPod Touch.

The event takes place September 16-17, 2008 in Burlington, Massachusetts. Find out more by going to DeveloperWorkshops.oreilly.com.


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7 Comments

Your link to webcasts.oreilly.com has a typo in it - one too many 'L's.

I'm sure the advertiser appreciates the extra hits

Is there anywhere we can find a recording of today's webcast? I missed it and would like to see what happened.

Hi Bryon, we recorded the webcast and will have it available for viewing in a few days. I'll send an email to people who registered, but if you didn't, you can find the recording on our webcasts page, http://webcasts.oreilly.com.

You can also find our webcast recordings on O'Reilly's YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/OreillyMedia

The advantage of watching them there is that you can watch in high resolution by clicking the "high quality" button under the movie.

Thanks for the youtube link, i was looking for it also. Me 2 missed the webcast.

"we recorded the webcast and will have it available for viewing in a few days". Can you give us an exact day??.

Also I was trying to see the video on the youtube link and when I click it open avideo of Web 2.0

I'm sorry--I don't have an exact day yet. It will probably be mid-week, next week, but may be later than that. It'll be posted on YouTube at the same time. I'll post here when it's available.

The video is now available for viewing. You can find it on http://webcasts.oreilly.com or go to the O'Reilly YouTube channel and watch it in high res (as soon as it finishes processing--we just uploaded it and it takes awhile): http://www.youtube.com/OreillyMedia

 

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