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Firefox Forensics

I was showing someone a trick to export Firefox SQLite tables to a spread sheet, and while she is a forensics person, she had never ever heard of this trick. It is neat enough to know when working off an image to pull the entire history of a Firefox user by using the SQLite table … Continue reading

Dealing with Data Encryption in Criminal Cases

Introduction Over the last several years, I’ve posted a handful of short blog entries about the topic of compelling a criminal defendant to surrender a passphrase to an encrypted volume or hard-drive.  These entries concern the three cases of re Grand Jury Subpoena Duces Tecum Dated March 25, 2011, United States v. Fricosu, (D.Colo, 2012), and In … Continue reading

Anonymous, what does it mean?

Anonymous, a word which Merriam-Webster describes as: of unknown authorship or origin, not named or identified, or lacking individuality, distinction, or recognizability. There are some in this world that wish to remain anonymous, not named or identified. Sure I am one of these people, but I have my reasons. With the work that I do, … Continue reading

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