Discover how GrayKey can locate CSAM on a smartphone
A sexual assault was reported to local law enforcement by an adult male victim. He authorized the collection of his mobile device through consent and his mobile phone was turned over to investigators. The primary goal was to collect communications between the victim and unknown actor(s). During the initial device search, multiple CSAM, or Child Sexual Assault Material, les were located within the victim’s smartphone. The initial smartphone collection was stopped, and additional legal authorizations were obtained to continue the search of the device. Based on the CSAM evidence from the phone, an additional search warrant was approved for the male’s residence which yielded numerouslocked Apple iOS devices. These devices were lockedwith long alphanumeric passwords.
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