Horner had become the focus of an international investigation after he was suspected of exchanging child porn with offenders overseas.
The Kennewick Man, a 9,000-year-old skeleton, has been the subject of a legal back-and-forth ever since he was dug out of a Washington river in 1996. One week after advanced genetic testing apparently proved their claims, they are getting support from Gov. Jay Inslee.
Recently, Nextgov reported that the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) found "indicators of compromise" similar to the breach at the Office of Personnel Management. But, the signs of intrusion turned out not to be so similar after all.
Domestic violent extremism has killed nearly twice the number of people than other forms of terrorism, like Muslim-connected Jihadism, since Sept. 11, 2001, according to a new report.
The golden age of mobile forensics is over. There is no longer an easy way to get through the passcode in new iOS devices. Chip-off acquisition is dead due to full-disk encryption, while physical acquisition is dead since 64-bit devices and versions of iOS 8 that cannot be jailbroken. Blackberries were highly resistant to chip-off acquisition from the beginning, and Android is getting there quickly.
A search of Romondt’s home on June 18 turned up 2,745 grams of gamma butyrolactone, which is used to synthesize GHB, in addition to 300 milliliters of GHB. Also found in the home was a scale and equipment to process and produce the drug.
DNA found in a cabin in a heavily wooded part of New York State has refocused the hunt for two killers who broke out of prison more than two weeks ago, according to reports.
Fifty-six million sets of unprotected data were found in cloud databases used to store mobile application data, an investigation by German researchers has shown.
South Carolina has had lethal injection since the death penalty was reinstituted in 1974. However, no inmates have been executed since 2011.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation, the non-profit defender of digital rights, has released their latest attempt to fill in where privacy protection laws have fallen short.
The 8,500-year-old skeleton found in Washington state by two college students was originally thought to be a relatively recent homicide victim – until they found the stone spearpoint embedded in his hip
Police have no reason to believe that he has left the Charleston area, but are distributing information about him and the vehicle around the country. Police said he is likely still armed, and a public danger.
Fredericks faces a maximum of 10 years in prison on the second-degree count of passion-provocation manslaughter in the case, which has polarized the rural New Jersey town where it happened. But there’s a whole other side to the story, stretching back decades.
LSD sheets depicting the characters from “Breaking Bad," an assault rifle, and what appears to be a sheathed Katana sword are seen in this police video of the lab that was released on Tuesday.
Even after digital forensics has evolved enough to investigate the complexity of today’s smartphones, it still needs to get back to the basics. In the third and last part of our discussion with Andrew Hoog, CEO of NowSecure, Inc., DFI News talked about some of the basics of mobile forensics, and how they apply to his company’s software and cloud platforms.