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Court helps Ryanair trace staff pilots who criticised on-line

Friday, April 01, 2005 (09:55:51)
An Irish judge has awarded Ryanair an injunction to prevent the destruction of web site user data in a court battle over the identities of its pilots who criticised the airline's working practices in an on-line forum for Ryanair pilots, according to The Guardian...

More (Out-Law.com)

Microsoft fighting cybercrime

Friday, April 01, 2005 (06:55:46)
Microsoft is developing analytical tools to help international law enforcement agencies track and fight cybercrime. Microsoft unveiled the tools development program at the kickoff on Wednesday of three days of technical training for Australian law enforcement agencies. The Forensic Computing and Computer Investigations Workshops are designed to help investigators fight crimes such phishing, online child exploitation and money laundering...

More (Computer Crime Research Center)

Aussie Feds target computer forensics

Thursday, March 31, 2005 (08:35:32)
Australia's hi-tech crime squad has vowed to change the perception of the internet as an anonymous haven to one where users are not as nameless as they might think. At a three-day computer forensics workshop in Canberra Federal Police Australian High Tech Crime Centre (AHTCC) chief Kevin Zuccato said as bank fraud, CP and identity theft became more sophisticated, law enforcement agencies were equally drawing on more sophisticated crime fighting tools...

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Net fingerprints combat attacks

Wednesday, March 30, 2005 (05:59:03)
Eighty large net service firms have switched on software to spot and stop net attacks automatically. The system creates digital fingerprints of ongoing incidents that are sent to every network affected. Firms involved in the smart sensing system believe it will help trace attacks back to their source. Data gathered will be passed to police to help build up intelligence about who is behind worm outbreaks and denial of service attacks...

More (BBC)

Jeff Weise's e-mail trail led authorities to Jourdain

Wednesday, March 30, 2005 (05:44:25)
It's hard to cover your tracks on your computer. Deleted files aren't immediately deleted. And software programs on most PCs keep all sorts of data trails, recording the Web sites you visit, the pictures you look at, the e-mails you exchange, and much more. That is why probing the computers of suspects has become a routine part of criminal investigations, whether they deal with corporate misdeeds or mass murder. It's believed e-mails recovered from a computer used by Jeff Weise, who fatally shot nine people before killing himself March 21, led authorities to arrest Louis Jourdain, 16, on Sunday...

More (Pioneer Press)