“Late on the evening of January 11, 2013, someone sent me an interesting email. It was encrypted , and sent from the sort of anonymous email service that smart people use when they want to hide their identity. Sitting at the kitchen table in the small cottage where I lived in Berkeley with my wife and two cats, I decrypted it.”
Members can login and download the 11 page story by Micah Lee regarding his early interactions with Edward Snowden.
A good overview on Chromebook Forensics courtesy of a California HTCIA member. If you don’t see the download link, please login.
Detective Zuberbuehler recently attended the HTCIA Conference and obtained permission to share “How to Uncover Hidden Evidence Using Computer Foreniscs.”
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