Monthly Archives: January 2019

A Matter of Minutes Set the Falsely Accused Free

We recently conducted a case that was a bit out of the ordinary.  We were not requested to conduct surveillances, research assets or verify someone’s background.  We were hired to assist an attorney in proving if his Client, James, who had previously conducted his case Pro Se, was guilty of aggravated assault and rape.  His Client, Our Client’s son, thought he could defend himself in the court of law to prove his innocence.  When he did not appear for a court date, he was arrested for contempt of court and from that point on remained in jail until the trial.  Of course, our Client, his father, immediately retained the services of an attorney, but the court date was approaching, so the Client also retained [...]

January 30th, 2019|Cellular Forensics|
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    My Device has Been Compromised and My Personal Information is no Longer Personal

My Device has Been Compromised and My Personal Information is no Longer Personal

Let’s say you are trying to find out if someone has installed an illegal spyware app on your cellular device, laptop, tablet or computer.  You try to conduct a search that would indicate a malware application has been installed but are unsuccessful or you get information on the legal apps that are pre-programmed on your phone or “find a friend” or something similar.
The reason you cannot find it is probably due to the way the app was created and the capabilities of the app.  There is a reason why these apps are called “Spyware” or “Malware”.  They are designed to remain hidden on your phone without detection.  Spyware or Malware apps can cost as little as$19.99 and can go up in price depending on [...]

Ooops! I Deleted That!

Deletion of information!  Have you ever accidentally deleted a text message, or a string of messages or wanted to delete a certain text and you deleted the string of messages?  How about those photos you took and deleted them prior to downloading to a cloud or voicemail messages you saved for one reason or another and then deleted?

In all these instances, whether you accidentally or purposely made those deletions and then you needed them, and they were gone, we can retrieve it for you.

Sure, you could get a printout from your carrier that you sent and received a text message, or you made or received a call from a certain telephone number, but you cannot obtain the content of the text message, nor the [...]

January 9th, 2019|Cellular Forensics|