UK police are hoping to one day develop a breathalyser-style tool for computers that could instantly flag up illegal activity on any PC it’s attached to. Detective superintendent Charlie McMurdie, architect of the UK’s Police Central E-crime Unit (PCeU), said frontline police ideally need a digital forensic tool as easy to use as the breathalyser, to help them deal with growing numbers of computers being seized during raids on suspects’ homes…
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