Dabbing at tears with his mother at his side, a 17-year-old boy accused of terrorizing schools and homes by calling in fake emergencies across North America told police on the day of his arrest that he didn’t do anything wrong and just wanted to go home. 385 more words
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“If you disclose your Card numbers, account numbers, PINs, User IDs, and/or Passwords to any person(s) or entity, you assume all risks and losses associated with such disclosure.” 955 more words
I reviewed Learning iOS Forensics, by Mattia Epifani and Pasquale Stirparo, for Forensic Focus.
Learning iOS Forensics is a practical textbook that aims to help digital forensics examiners of all levels to get to grips with the procedures involved in forensically analysing iOS devices. 160 more words
The 14-year-old boy, dabbing at tears with his mother at his side, told the police detective he enlisted a Twitter contact to call in a bomb threat to his southern Ontario school because he wanted to be cool. 455 more words
It’ll be the last time the 17-year-old high school student plays a practical joke in computer class.
The boy figured he’d get a laugh by connecting his mouse to his desk mate’s computer, but the desk mate didn’t think it was funny and already thought his computer was being monitored by authorities when the cursor seemingly moved around on its own. 505 more words