Ehnert is the aunt and godmother of Amber Wilde, who was 19 and pregnant when she disappeared in Green Bay on Sept. 23, 1998. Seeing news reports about the recent arrest of a suspect in Beck's slaying reminded Ehnert how much she wants Wilde's case to be solved.
A member of the identity theft and credit card fraud ring known as “Carder.su” was sentenced recently to 150 months in federal prison for selling stolen and counterfeit credit cards over the Internet. He was further ordered to pay $50.8 million in restitution.
The long-running investigation into the slaying of Margaret Penny and her hairdresser Claire Acocks reached a milestone yesterday as police charged Robert Penny, 83, over the 1991 murders.
Hackers, most likely from China, have been spying on governments and businesses in Southeast Asia and India uninterrupted for a decade, researchers at internet security company FireEye Inc said.
An Inspector General audit found potential for abuse of the FBI's forensic kiosks that could violate the Fourth Amendment and also mentioned the FBI’s Training Registration System was hacked in 2014.
This paper examines a set of common features to compare and contrast five popular open source email forensic tools. The study finds that all email forensic tools are not similar, offer diverse types of facility. By combining analysis tools, it may be possible to gain detailed information in the area of email forensic.
In Contra Costa County, California, two cold cases dating back more than two decades are now believed solved thanks to new DNA technology.
It wasn't messrs Clooney, Pitt and their nine accomplices who sailed down an elevator shaft and cracked open dozens of safety deposit boxes at a London vault during the Easter weekend. But last weekend's raid in the heart of the city's jewelry district feels like it has been taken from a movie like "Ocean 11" given its daring and planning.
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USA TODAY has reported that the U.S. government started keeping secret records of Americans' international telephone calls nearly a decade before the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, harvesting billions of calls in a program that provided a blueprint for the far broader National Security Agency surveillance that followed.
French TV broadcaster TV5Monde has suffered a major cyber-attack on its systems by pro-ISIS hackers which caused a broadcasting blackout for several hours and hijacked its social media pages and website.
A new strain of ransomware has been broken, allowing for victims to circumvent payment and access their locked data.
Lawyers hired by the family of a black man who was found hanging in Mississippi said Wednesday that they are hiring independent experts, including a high-profile forensic pathologist, to conduct an investigation separate from the one pursued by state and federal authorities.
The intent of this study was to measure consensus, not whether the analysts were actually correct in their conclusions. This reflects an ugly reality about the pattern-matching fields of forensics: Because they’re so subjective, it isn’t difficult for attorneys on either side of a case to find an expert who will testify to the conclusion they’re looking for.
The FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division took biometric identification to the next level when the Next Generation Identification (NGI) System — now the FBI’s largest information technology system — became fully operational.