USB device spies on mobile phones Video
USB device spies on mobile phones Video Transcript
>> We're able to gain access to a lot more of what's in the phone system itself, obviously, there's a lot more into it than just --
>> a phone, but we want it to be a lot more --
>> And you don't need a PC either --
>> Yeah, no --
>> And, so it's just instant. And, is it idiot proof?
>> I consider it that, yeah.
>> So, you just plug it in -- the little lights blink -- it captures it -- it tells you when it's done?
>> Yup. My nine year old can use it.
>> And, but how 'bout your mom?
>> She made it -- she made it through -- it was tough, but she did make it through.
>> Who can buy this, anybody?
>> Anybody. Anybody can buy it --
>> And --
>> it's on our website.
>> What's the price?
>> It's $199.00.
>> Okay, and what other software is required with the device?
>> You're required to have one of our software titles which is Device Seizure or Device Seizure Lite. Device Seizure is more for forensic examiners and Device Seizure Lite is the lesser of the two. It's less expensive but it allows you to interpret the data that you get off of the device.
>> What's your website address?
>> It's www.csistick.com
>> Okay, and, tell me what you can't do with this device.
>> Right now, your limitation is simply on whether or not your model is supported or not. Otherwise, you can do just about anything you want.
>> What about BlackBerry?
>> BlackBerry, we don't use the device with this. It's a model issue. We can do it using regular software cables --
>> No problems there.
>> Do you anticipate the time you're gonna have a USB Interface for this device for the phone.
>> We, actually, already have our generation queue designs planned, it's a 32 Gig capacity, it's a much larger capacity so we can go after some of the larger -- ^M00:01:40 [ Music ]
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