The original story can be found here. TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Search on Facebook for “secret sister gift exchange” and you’ll find people posting and re-posting the same message over and over again. The message claims you can buy a gift for $10 or more, add your name to a list and then receive a […]
(text copied from newhaven.edu) Popular WhatsApp Collects Phone Numbers, Call Duration, Other Info WEST HAVEN, Conn. – A recent network forensic examination of WhatsApp, a popular messaging service, is offering new details on the data that can be collected from the app’s network from its new calling feature; such as phone numbers and phone call […]
Frank Breitinger won the FBTI award of excellence 2015 with his dissertation “On the utility of bytewise approximate matching in computer science with a special focus on digital forensics investigations”. This annually award was granted by the German-wide board of computer science faculties of Universities of applied science (Fachbereichstag Informatik, FBTI) and is endowed with […]
The Fox CT Interview can be found here! Text taken from the University of New Haven: Help has arrived for those worried that their email accounts have been hacked or that their bank accounts have been compromised. It’s a robot developed by a University of New Haven student that can check personal email accounts for […]
The paper “How Cuckoo Filter Can Improve Existing Approximate Matching Technique” won the best paper award at the 7th EAI International Conference on Digital Forensics & Cyber Crime (ICDF2C) conference in Seoul, Korea. The abstract is listed below. Due to the importance of this conference, this news was also featured in New Haven Register.