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Phishing Attacks and Your Business – It’s Not Just Nigerian Princes Emailing You Anymore

Phishing scams, or fraudulent emails used to acquire banking and personal information, are getting more sophisticated. General emails blasted to thousands of email addresses by a Nigerian Prince wanting to share… 414 more words

Computer Forensics

Digital Divorce: How Computer Forensics Can Influence Your Client’s Case

Computer forensics and eDiscovery can play an important role in the outcome of your client’s divorce or family law case, revealing key details that might otherwise remain buried. 998 more words

Computer Forensics

E-Discovery Lessons from the Huma Abedin E-Mails

I’m livid about FBI Director James Comey’s handling of the Huma Abdein e-mails. “Reckless” doesn’t begin to describe Comey’s self-indulgent decision to release information about a situation he clearly does not yet grasp, in a manner that elevates Jim Comey above longstanding Justice Department policy and the integrity of a Presidential election.   1,282 more words

E-Discovery

Malware Can Hide, But It Must Run

by Alissa Torres, SANS Certified Instructor

It’s October, haunting season. However, in the forensics world, the hunting of evil never ends. And with Windows 10 expected to be the new normal, digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) professionals who lack the necessary (memory) hunting skills will pay the price. 1,079 more words

Digital Forensics

DJI Phantom 3 Log Analysis Tool

Rowland Johnson developed an excellent tool, DatCon, for analyzing DJI Phantom 3 log files in Java. I arranged to have it ported to Python because I am far more adept with Python and wanted something that I could extend to support newer file formats and potentially other UAVs. 39 more words

Computer Forensics

Proportionality and Emerging Technologies

In the wee hours last evening, I received a question posed by Angela Bunting with Nuix down in Sydney, Australia.  Angela has such deep knowledge of e-discovery above and below the Equator that I was flattered to be queried by someone I’d go to for guidance.   981 more words

E-Discovery