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How To Create Compelling Image Authentication Reports With Amped Authenticate’s New Projects Feature

How many times have you said or heard: “I’ll believe it when I see it”? This expression reveals our eyes’ dramatic convincing power: when you see something, you tend to believe it’s true much more easily than when you hear or read about it. In the digital age, for most people, this convincing power seamlessly … Continue reading

The CSI Effect – Expectations Vs Limitations

by James Zjalic Much has been written about the CSI phenomenon within digital forensics circles, but is there a way we as experts can reduce this effect, maybe not globally but at least amongst our own clients? In just the last couple of weeks, I’ve had requests to enhance a speaker on the other end … Continue reading

When No Conclusion Can Be A Conclusion

by James Zjalic Before CCTV systems were conceived, eye-witness accounts were the only method of identifying a suspect based on their facial features. The pitfalls of this type of identification have been well documented numerous times with regard to the brain’s ability to both forget and modify what a person thinks they witnessed, due to … Continue reading

Geo-tag Forensics

Introduction A geo-tagged image is an image which holds geographical identification metadata. This data consists of latitude and longitude co-ordinates (sometimes altitude also). Though there are some extremely powerful tools available for extracting geo-tag information from geo-tagged images but the insight knowledge of how a tool actually works and gets the data for us is … Continue reading

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