MOSCOW, November 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- ElcomSoft Co. Ltd. has published Mobile Forensics - Advanced Investigative Strategies by Oleg Afonin and Vladimir Katalov. The 7-1/2" x 9-1/4" paperback offers 380 pages of insight and knowledge accumulated by ElcomSoft researchers throughout the years. Amazon Kindle Edition as well as DRM-free PDF versions are available from Amazon and PACKT Publishing respectively. "We are proud and excited to see our first book published", says Vladimir Katalov, ElcomSoft CEO ."This book is not like many others. We talked to our partners and our customers from the law enforcement. We worked closely with Mr. Shafik Punja, who was with Calgary Police Service for over 15 years. We did our best to share our knowledge and expertise with our readers." Mobile forensics helps investigate crime and prevent acts of terrorism. But how exactly can one get that evidence if the phone is locked with a passcode, the data partition is encrypted, or if everything that's available is a computer that synced with the phone? What can a police officer do to preserve evidence on a seized smartphone? How is it possible to image a passcode-protected device? Why some information is unavailable even if the phone is unlocked, and what can be done with it? Is there access to deleted calls and messages? Is it possible to decrypt a BitLocker volume with the help of Microsoft Account, and how can one break into an online account by running a local attack? In this book, we address these and many other questions related to mobile forensics and data acquisition.