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Telegram latency in Belarus

At the end of October 2020, Qurium received reports from users in Belarus that Telegram service was not working properly. Although the service was reachable, an increased latency was noted among the users. Beltelecom, the national telecommunications company in...

Fighting Child Exploitation With Digital Forensics

Why it matters Who will listen to the hundreds, if not thousands, of silent children who cry out for justice after being victims of manipulators or authority figures? You would think that the answer to the question “why does it matter?” would be obvious. But it is...

Issue 5 is Here

Issue 5 is Here

Hi folks, Issue 5 of Digital Forensics Today is here. This time we’ve put together some great content on topics as far reaching as criminal profiling and volatile memory heap analysis; as well as the usual Legal section, From the Lab, and Angus Marshall’s IRQ column....

New iPhone Forenics White Paper

New iPhone Forenics White Paper

Are you looking for the best mobile forensics tool for iPhone Forensics? Well, a good place to start is viaForensics’ updated (and free) iPhone Forensics white paper at: http://viaforensics.com/education/white-papers/iphone-forensics/. The white paper is geared...

The first annual (ISC)² Security Congress

The first annual (ISC)² Security Congress

(ISC)² Security Congress – Collocated with the ASIS International 57th Annual Seminar and Exhibits – September 19th – 22nd, Orlando, Florida The first annual (ISC)² Security Congress offers invaluable education to all levels of information security professionals, not...

Call for Forensic Practitioners to Beta Test new Tool

Call for Forensic Practitioners to Beta Test new Tool

CCL-Forensics based in the UK are offering Digital Forensics Practitioners the opportunity to take part in the final beta test which is now underway, any interested practitioners wishing to be involved should register at www.ccl-forensics.com/pip. Researchers at...

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What can private investigators do?

Though private investigators can go anywhere that is public, they are not allowed to trespass. They cannot enter a property, house, or building that they do not have permission to enter. If the owner of a home gives them permission, they may enter the home to look for information that is needed.

How much does it cost to hire a private investigator ?

Hiring a private investigator can help in all kinds of situations ranging from finding a birth parent to improving personal security. Nationally, the average price range for private investigation is $95-$410, although pricing often hovers around $150 per hour depending on the complexity of the services you need.

What is surveillance by an investigator?

A surveillance investigator gathers information about a person, or subject, at the center of an investigation. Surveillance investigators may work as a company employee or contractor and often use wiretaps, concealed cameras, and other surveillance tools to complete investigations.

What are unclaimed assets?

Unclaimed or “abandoned” property refers to property or accounts within financial institutions or companies—in which there has been no activity generated (or contact with the owner) regarding the property for one year or a longer period.

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