Tag Archives: Wickr

Methodology and Methods

We were forced to restart due to complications with data being sent and received on the iPhone 3GS through Wickr. Additionally, Wickr data was complicated due to its third party cloud storage applications such as Dropbox, Google Drive and Box. For the process of acquiring data, we started by sending only Wickr based application data, […]

Continue reading

Working with Wickr Part 3

The physical acquisition of our iPhone 3GS was acquired through the UFED Physical Analyzer previously, and we have begun analyzing the data.  Due to the nature of this project, we are creating scenarios to understand the types of data being stored on the device, location of the data within the directory of the phone, and […]

Continue reading
Wickr logo

Working with Wickr

Introduction This project is based on research we are conducting on Wickr, an integrated text messaging application supported by IOS devices. Wickr claims to provide its users with: The power to send the message to specific people with a destruction time of the message A high amount of encryption (AES256, ECDH521, RSA40961) to provide security […]

Continue reading