Recently i did a small research on Digital Forensics and especially on Anti-forensics. For those who don’t know what Anti-forensics are, can be explained by the definition given by Liu and Brown in “Bleeding-Edge Anti-Forensics.” (2006).
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Turkish TV Channel claims that found secret coup codes, which actually are Grand Theft Auto IV cheat codes
A turkish TV channel thought that they found some secret coup codes, but it seems like they were completely wrong about it.
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Mr Aikins – who has more than Read More »US skydiver jumps without parachute into net from 25,000ft
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Google has yet to announce this option. Users Read More »Google Maps is gaining a Wifi-only mode
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