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The LCDI Experience

Student Worker Experience – Matt Fortier Incoming students have a lot on their minds when they first arrive at Champlain. They may be worried about making friends or where their classes are. When I arrived on campus, I was worried about one thing: getting a job. I had applied for numerous positions including at the […]

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Bluetooth Security Final Blog

Introduction Over the past seven weeks, our team at the Leahy Center for Digital Investigation has been working to discover the inherent vulnerabilities in Bluetooth security technology. We have wrapped up the research portion of our project and have begun running tests on our devices. Over the next several weeks we will continue to run […]

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iOS 9 Final Blog

ios 9 is wrapping up In recent weeks, the team has continued to look for current jailbreaks available for iOS 9.2.1. We recently were able to find evidence of a TaiG9 beta version jailbreak for this iOS that we are currently investigating; it is a browser-based install that performs a semi-jailbreak, installing the jailbreak application […]

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Investigating Mobile Forensics

why mobile forensics? Digital forensic investigations pertain to all computers and digital devices, which means that wearable technology, laptops, mobile phones and other smart devices must be taken into consideration. Each device has its own importance, but arguably the most important piece of technology today is the mobile device due to consumer popularity. Thus, mobile […]

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Raspberry Pi Forensics Update

Introduction This project focuses on using a Raspberry Pi for mobile imaging in a digital forensics setting. A Raspberry Pi is a programmable, micro single card computer featuring I/O pins that allow the card to control other hardware. By building a mobile imaging station around this device, our team has a more compact method imaging […]

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