Posts tagged with: Mobile

I am in the digital forensics business.  That means that when something related to eMail or computer evidence is in the news, my friends and family ask me questions, like:  “are Tom Brady’s destroyed “DeflateGate” text messages recoverable?”, and “could you recover...
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“Sorry…You Are Locked Out of Your Own Data” Well, it happened again today.  We had to call a client and advise them that it will be nearly impossible, or at least very expensive to perform a forensic exam of one...
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Businesses are increasingly targeted by phone porting scams Much has been written and reported about the risk of mobile phone “Porting” and related financial scams against consumers.  A 90-year-old grandfather, for example, recently had his identity stolen by a fraudulent...
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Forensics on Phone Proves Defendant was not Texting The United States 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned the conviction of Gregorio Paniagua-Garcia in a possession of heroin with intent to distribute case when the police were unable to prove...
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A case for not letting your client’s “IT Guy” do forensics… We are now learning that the initial attempts to recover critical evidence from the San Bernardino County terrorist, Syed Rizwan Farook’s iPhone may have been hampered by the ill-advised...
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Could Digital Forensics on a Diabetes Monitoring Device Help Solve The Case? The girl died in her sleep.  We’ll call her Sara.  A young college student with a bright future. Sara had battled Diabetes since she was a little girl....
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Thief steals car, connects to the Bluetooth system, makes calls, gets arrested. Oops! We have all heard about those “stupid criminal” stories…you know, like the bank robber that writes a “this is a stick up” note on the back of...
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A Stark Reminder That Your Smart Phone is Spying on You Vanity plus a large ego plus technological ignorance equals disaster.  While there is no confirmation that Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s interview with Sean Penn ultimately led to the fugitive’s...
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Law Bulletin Publishing Company’s FCPA Conference Highlights a Study of the Alstom $772 Million Criminal Penalty Case.  Where was the smoking gun?  In the Emails. As usual, the Law Bulletin Publishing Company’s Annual White Collar Crime and Corporate Governance Seminar...
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Elite Chicago Computer Forensics Firm Expands Footprint. “A Natural Expansion.” For over 12 years, leading Chicago attorneys have turned to 4Discovery’s team of experts to solve some of their most challenging computer forensics issues. Now, New York lawyers will be...
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