The law enforcement forensics provider updated some of its products a few days after a security researcher claimed to have found critical vulnerabilities in Cellebrite’s devices.
The first reported collection of human and animal DNA from ambient air is a boon for researchers in forensic archeology, ecology, and population studies.
The released documents include an Apple iPhone “Extraction Report” generated by a Cellebrite product.
The popular platform Family Tree DNA is piggybacking forensics' use of genealogy databases to sell its product.
But that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t make people angry.
“Like human beings, they have their own writing signature,” the lead researcher told VICE News.
Scientists have created a novel DNA mapping tool that has exposed the secretive web of ivory trafficking in Africa.
Guessing the anonymous author of the Trump op-ed in The New York Times based on the use of the word ‘lodestar’ is “entirely useless,” according to a forensic linguist.
“Grayshift has gone to great lengths to future proof their technology and stated that they have already defeated this security feature in the beta build.”
Authorities were led to Joseph James DeAngelo by cross-checking his genetic data on GEDmatch, a free and open-source DNA database.
Last week an unknown party started to publish code snippets from iPhone unlocking tool GrayKey. To stop, the extortionists are demanding 2 bitcoin, but they may not have more code to offer.
The confusion over a security feature in the iOS 11.3 beta shows Apple might be trying to hinder GrayKey, the popular iPhone-unlocking device for cops.