New cybersleuthing technology, already solving crimes in Europe, has the potential to unlock valuable information in thousands of crimes every year in the United States, says a Purdue University expert. The “flasher boxes” provide deeper access to data – complete extraction and examination of all the information on a wide range of cell phones. Rick Mislan, an assistant professor of computer and information technology, has integrated the flasher boxes into coursework for a digital forensics class in Purdue’s College of Technology…
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