Audit finds Australian SPACETALK kids’ smartwatch is secure and safe from intruders

Adelaide, Australia; 19 April 2019: Australian wearables technology innovator MGM Wireless has released the following statement in response to media reports this week about security vulnerabilities in other children’s smartwatch phones. The Company, which is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (MWR), commissioned an extensive audit of its Australian-designed SPACETALK [PC1] device by globally recognised […]

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Tech companies have a major ‘live’ problem

SAN FRANCISCO (CNN) — Big tech companies have spent the better part of two years telling us how they’re trying to fix their misinformation problem. But their efforts to increase interest in live content is adding to it. On Monday, as the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris burned, YouTube suggested the fire was linked to […]

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The Mysterious “Birthday” Phone Call To F.T Island Choi Jonghun From Police Officer ‘A’: New Report vs. Police Statement

Police are investigating a new report about a phone call from a senior police officer. According to a report by Channel A ‘News A’ on the 15th, there is new information regarding the ‘birthday’ phone call between F.T Island’s Jonghun and a senior investigative officer at the Yongsan Police Station. According to an anonymous source, […]

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IoT Applications in Forensics

For most, the word “forensics” brings to mind classic procedural dramas like Bones, Criminal Minds or Cold Case. Maybe you picture white coats in a lab, dusting common household objects for fingerprints. Forensic science is the application of science to both criminal and civil law. Such effort uncovers both tangible and unbiased evidence in determining […]

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Tech bots seize crypto Ponzi’s Gangnam pile

A Seoul government investigative unit has reportedly used artificial intelligence software to break up an alleged $19 million cryptocurrency-focussed pyramid scam that was based in the capital’s upmarket Gangnam district. According to the Joong Ang Daily, the Seoul Special Judicial Police Bureau for Public Safety this week arrested the alleged ring leaders of the illegal […]

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How and why deepfake videos work — and what is at risk

Deepfakes are fake videos or audio recordings that look and sound just like the real thing. Once the bailiwick of Hollywood special effects studios and intelligence agencies producing propaganda, like the CIA or GCHQ’s JTRIG directorate, today anyone can download deepfake software and create convincing fake videos in their spare time. So far, deepfakes have […]

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FileTSAR: Free digital forensic investigations toolkit for law enforcement

Purdue University cybersecurity experts have created FileTSAR, an all-in-one digital forensic investigations toolkit for law enforcement. FileTSAR, which stands for Toolkit for Selective Analysis & Reconstruction of Files, combines open source tools and code wrappers to provide a tool for network forensic investigators to capture, selectively analyze, and reconstruct files from network traffic. The toolkit […]

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Ottawa County starts forensic task force for mobile devices

PORT CLINTON — As more and more criminal investigations involve gathering data from mobile devices — cell phones, tablets, and USB drives — authorities in Ottawa County are ramping up efforts to keep pace with constantly changing technology. Officials with the Ottawa County prosecutor’s and sheriff’s offices, Port Clinton Police Department, and other local law […]

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Forensic science is in crisis – and this could have critical effects on UK legal system

British scientists played a major role in developing key technologies and techniques for global legal systems. These tools – such as fingerprint and DNA analysis – reveal relationships between individuals, objects and locations involved in a crime. But, as the importance of forensic science and technology for the legal system continues to increase, there are […]

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MH370 ‘HIJACKED BY PILOT’ FLARES UP AGAIN – ‘IF I WANTED TO HIDE KEY INFO, DO YOU THINK MY COUNTERPARTS FROM DIFFERENT COUNTRIES WOULD ALLOW IT’: AS PURPORTED ‘NEW DETAILS’ GO VIRAL ON THE WEB, AUSSIE DAILY ACCUSES MALAYSIA OF COVER-UP

Five years on from the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, an Australian daily has alleged that Malaysian authorities withheld details of an investigation report which has been purportedly been leaked online. This includes, according to The Australian, the previously dismissed claim that MH370 co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid may have tried to use his mobile […]

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