Digital Forensics & Cyber Security Blog

Digital Forensics & Cyber Security Blog

Malware, Unwanted Spam, Phishing and Cyber Resiliency Services

What are you doing about unwanted visitors in your cyber world? Are you finding that SPAM and Malware, Ransomware, and other cyber phishing is just growing and getting out of hand? It is ugly. It isn't pretty. How are you getting your Digital Protection Programs to work? Seems that this [...]

Help that Duck – it might be your Mom!

The other day driving to work I saw a Mother duck leading her baby ducklings across an 8-lane street here in Salt Lake City, Utah. Crossing this street, AKA "700 East" is a feat for adults Somehow, she navigated the first four lanes, barely. Then a brave young man got [...]

Exporting your data from Google

Exporting your data from Google It’s no secret that Google collects immense amounts of data from its users every day. Locations, photos, messages and more, it’s all in the cloud. Ever wonder what they have on you? Fortunately Google makes it easy to [...]

Do you want a coffee?

Did you know you are being followed everywhere you go? Cell Phone providers constantly ping your phone and smart devices to see where you are. They hope they can reach you, their customers based on where you are or have been to direct you to new purchases. Some say where [...]

The ever-changing landscape for digital forensic tools…

In the ever-changing world of digital and mobile device forensics we are still seeing new technologies and tools being introduced around the world. There will be several new tools announced in the coming months. Perhaps at currently scheduled events… or maybe just a virtual summit to engage and enthuse digital [...]

Emoji Forensics

Emojis are everywhere - and that includes your evidence. What is an emoji? It is a small digital image or icon used to express and idea or an emotion. They are much like emoticons, but emoji are actual pictures instead of typographics. Originally meaning pictograph, the word emoji comes from Japanese (絵, "picture") + moji (文字, "character"); the [...]

Windows 10 Vulnerability

On January 14th, the National Security Agency (NSA) Cybersecurity Directorate head Anne Neuberger announced a critical Windows 10 bug that could have led more than 900 million PCs vulnerable to attack. On the same day, Microsoft immediately released a patch for Windows 10 and Server 2016 after NSA disclosed this vulnerability. Through [...]

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