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NSUserDefaults is not encrypted and is stored in a plain text .plist file - it can be easily opened and read, both on device and when synced to a Mac. NSUserDefaults is for preferences, not for storing secure login information Sensitive data like passwords and keys. Keys should be stored in the Keychain. Apple's Keychain Services Programming Guide states ...


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What you are wanting to do is a relatively complex set of actions. That the tools to do this cost money should not be a surprise. You can try the two WMIF mentions, but they obviously have limitations. In order to acquire a forensically sound image, you need to use proper forensic tools. Some cost a lot because they have to follow strict rigour in order to ...


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You can try with iFunBox or iExplorer, but the really juicy stuff isn't available that easily. Most forensic tools go through a process which involves having the iPhone do a backup through iTunes, and then the tool will analyze the files stored in the backup. Without having forensic tools available, you can try one of many tools like this: ...



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