Last week the Missouri Lawyer’s Media did an article on a discovery issue that Prosecutors, Defense Attorneys, and Investigators have been wrestling with for a while now. In this article I was quoted by the reporter that interviewed me for this article. I wanted to take some time and elaborate a little further on my position in regards to this issue. First I’d like to present to you a copy of the article. I snipped the full article, but cropped out the other articles that were mentioned in this Trade Journal. Below is the entire article: [Read more…]
I was looking to update my “arsenal” of software to conduct some of the investigations that I usually conduct for clients. Of course I found the “old usuals” like Sam Spade and a few other ancient tools. Don’t read into the terms I just used the wrong way, Sam Spade was really good in its time and is still very useful today; but things have changed a bit in regards to how the Internet works now and how it worked only ten years ago. I like real robust tools that work dependably and give accurate results.
So in my quest for an updated, robust, and comprehensive tool for conducting various Internet Investigations such as Internet Profiling, Email Tracing, Security Scanning and other services that my company offers to select clients; I was surprised to find a tool matching my description of current, robust, and comprehensive being offered for FREE! Of course I would not have known how useful and comprehensive this tool would turn out to be until I tested it. So I downloaded the tool and started putting it through various tests to see how well it performed. I was surprised at the sheer volume of tools that could be found inside of this piece of software. I was even more surprised when I saw how well all the tools in this piece of software worked. [Read more…]