Everyone knows their life is stored in their iPhones and iPads, but to what extent? Forensic software can quickly and easily extract the data contained in the default applications such as Address Book and Safari. This software can be run by the most inexperienced of investigators and is often just a click of a button to perform an "analysis". iOS applications have become very prevalent and many people do not know the amount of revealing data that can be found in them.
This presentation attempts to show the extent to which a person's private information can be exploited by doing simple analysis of iOS applications. People have the right to know what data an app may store about them. This private information may be used by malicious adversaries, intelligence agencies or law enforcement. Take the time - know your apps.