The Uzi Tactical Pen, is a unique writing instrument that can double up as a potentially life saving tool should the (admittedly, odd) situation arise. The DNA Catcher, (located in the crown of the pen), is very sharp, and designed for use as a jabbing weapon that causes extreme pain to your attacker (and an opportunity to flee), while giving you a sample of their DNA to deliver to police. The crown also functions as a glass breaker (i.e, for an emergency such as being stuck in your car – car accident, flooding…). Made out of high-grade aircraft aluminum, the Uzi Tac Pen can write upside down or under water.
(Unless you are experienced in physical acquisition of mobile data, we suggest you coordinate with a digital forensics expert, depending on the purpose of the information recovery.)
In the manufacturer’s (Paraben) own words:
- Current Text Messages
- Deleted Text Messages
- Phonebook (from the phone’s memory and the SIM card)
- Call History including Received, Dialled and Missed Calls
- Datebook, Scheduler, and Calendar
- To-Do Lists
- The Device’s Filesystem
- System Files
- Pictures and Videos
- Java Files
- GPS Waypoints, Tracks, and Routes
- PDA Databases
- Registry (Windows Mobile Devices)
- Deleted Data
You’ve over-nighted an important document and need to know if it has definitely been received. You can monitor FedEx online every 5 minutes (be advised that their status update lag can range from a few hours to a day) or you can use SenseAware.
FedEx has stepped up their tracking game with Senseaware, a drop-in sensor for packages that monitors every situation and condition of delivery possible.
This device is about the size of a BlackBerry, and it tracks situations( in near real time) such as exact location, whether or not the package has been opened or exposed to light. It even has a built-in accelerometer so it will detect when it has been dropped.
BNI Operatives: Street smart: info savvy.
As always, stay safe.