How to add Push Notifications in Mobile and websites app

How to add Push Notifications in Mobile and websites app
How to add Push Notifications in Mobile and websites app
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AWS notifications, messages and logs in a Slack Channel

AWS notifications, messages and logs in a Slack Channel
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1 Hours | Lec: 10 | 85 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

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How to add Push Notifications in Mobile and websites apps

How to add Push Notifications in Mobile and websites apps
How to add Push Notifications in Mobile and websites apps
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | + Resource Files
Last updated 9/2018 | Duration: 1h 13m| 763 MB


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Mastering Push Notifications for iOS

Mastering Push Notifications for iOS
English | Size: 3.11 GB
Category: CBTs

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Android Apps with Kotlin: Notifications and App Widgets
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1.5 Hours | 265 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

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MyThemeShop - WP Notification Bar Pro v1.1.19 - Custom Notifications and Alerts Plugin for WordPress

MyThemeShop - WP Notification Bar Pro v1.1.19 - Custom Notifications and Alerts Plugin for WordPress

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Extracting Unread Notifications from iOS Backups

In the world of no jailbreak, acquisition opportunities are limited. Experts are struggling to access more information from those sources that are still available. Every little bit counts. In Elcomsoft Phone Viewer, we've added what might appear like a small bit: the ability to view undismissed iOS notifications. Unexciting? Hardly. Read along to discover how extracting notifications from iOS backups can make all the difference in an investigation!


As you may already know, Elcomsoft Phone Viewer has a useful feature: support for iOS notifications extracted from cloud and local backups. It can show several years' worth of undismissed iOS notifications, which can account for hundreds or thousands of messages.


Why notifications? Because they may contain sensitive information that won't be available anywhere else. Several months ago, a French man filed a lawsuit after his wife learned of his affair from Uber app notifications. According to BBC, "The man says he once requested an Uber driver from his wife's phone. Despite logging off, the application continued to send notifications to her iPhone afterwards, revealing his travel history and arousing her suspicions."


Notifications are an essential part of iOS. Notifications are pushed by pretty much every app that has any forensic significance. Email clients and instant messengers are easy to spot, but that's not all. Notifications are pushed by Uber and taxi apps, booking and travel services, online shopping and delivery services, social networks and banking apps. Unless read or dismissed, these notifications are stored in local and cloud backups. This is where Elcomsoft Phone Viewer extracts them from.


Why "undismissed" notifications only? If the user reads, dismisses or otherwise interacts with a notification (by e.g. replying to an email or instant message), the corresponding file is deleted from the system and is therefore not included into a backup. One more thing. Unlike calls or browsing history, notifications are not shared between iOS devices. There is no real-time sync for them. As a result, analyzing backups (local or iCloud) is the only way to extract notifications.


When using an iOS device, you'll be only able to access notifications going up to one week back - regardless of the actual number of notifications. If you read or dismiss a notification, you won't be able to go back to it. Inside, iOS keeps each notification in a separate file. Reading or dismissing a notification deletes that file, so there's no way to access it afterwards. The good thing, however, is that iOS backs up all unread/undismissed notifications even if they are older than one week. The reason for this is not exactly clear (there is no way to access those notifications when using an iOS device), but we can definitely benefit from this behavior.


For each individual application up to 100 notifications are stored. Older notifications are automatically deleted by the system.


Elcomsoft Phone Viewer allows filtering notifications by application; the default view places apps with most notifications to the top.


Finally, you can export all or select notifications into a CSV file for further analysis or reporting.


What can you expect to see when viewing undismissed notifications? We checked several accounts, and discovered as many as 1200 individual messages going back all the way to 2012. Here's what we've got:

  1. Online banking updates. Our banking app pushes account updates, statement availability, daily balance and transaction alerts as notifications as opposed to sending insecure emails or text messages.

  2. A slew of social network updates including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest. This included likes, retweets, friend requests, comments and updates.

  3. Instant messages. We've been able to view complete messages for Skype, WhatsApp and Viber (the only three messengers installed on that device).

  4. Uber: lots of "you've got a car" notifications.

  5. Amazon: delivery notifications and order updates.

  6. eBay: messages, order updates.

  7. DHL: tracking updates.

  8. Home security app: engaging and disengaging alarms.

  9. Email: subject and a few lines of message body.

  10. A bunch of Google Maps and Google Trips updates.


Is this enough to profile a user? Not quite, but it can help a lot. Is there a chance to get all of that data elsewhere? Not if you jailbreak the device and perform physical acquisition. Downloaded mail, banking updates, instant messaging and pretty much everything else on our list is excluded from iOS backups except for notifications, and can only be obtained via physical acquisition or by analyzing notifications with Elcomsoft Phone Viewer.


Learn more about Elcomsoft Phone Viewer and download free trial version at http://www.elcomsoft.com/epv.html

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Windows 10 Live Tiles And Notifications

Windows 10  Live Tiles And Notifications
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MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 33M | 839 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English


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Tile and Toast Notifications

Tile and Toast Notifications
Tile and Toast Notifications
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 2.5 Hours | 614 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

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