Tag Archives: privacy

Virtual Currency Investigations: Fear Not the Blockchains

At the Magnet User Summit this year, I listened to a presentation by Eric Huber, Vice President of National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C). With a broad background in digital forensic investigations, he spoke about the changing field in cryptocurrencies and blockchain analysis. He gave a brief overview on different types of cryptocurrencies and how […]

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VPN/Proxy Chain Update 1

Introduction With each passing day, privacy is growing into a larger public concern. The goal of this project is to experiment with ways to combine the usage of a Virtual Private Network (VPN) with chained proxies to create a more private internet connection. Our team is exploring possible configurations and implementations. VPN vs. Proxy The […]

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Forensics Analysis of goTenna

Intro Two prominent conversations still exist as important considerations in the digital age: the privacy of personal information and the geographical limitations of certain commercial cell networks. This is where goTenna comes in: goTenna is an “off-the-grid” communications tool which interfaces with mobile devices via Bluetooth. GoTenna devices are able to create private cell networks […]

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