In the world of mobile forensics, people have names for all the personal information that is consciously and unconsciously stored in your mobile phone. They call it “digital fingerprint”.
With the right equipment and direct access to your phone, anyone can tap the private details of your life: sms, photos, tweet, facebook, you make a pact, where your favorite sport, or even what you ate last night.
“You can know everything about a person through his mobile phone,” said Amber Schroader, Paraben owners of Pleasant Grove, Utah, which makes forensic software for investigators and the general public. “You can see their YouTube videos, the sites they explore, their pictures. People addicted to their mobile phone, so this is the most valuable and current information available about a person.”