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Ashley Madison Hackers Double Down Exposing Data
Hackers released thousands of user names and account numbers from the Ashley Madison website last month, but even
more sensitive data might have been compromised in one of the largest breaches in recent memory.
Detecting a Data Breach
Almost every week we learn about a data breach where attackers went unnoticed for a significant period of time, but what
can companies do to keep themselves and their employees safe from online hackers?
Prehistoric Grave Hides Evidence of 7,000-Year-Old
Researchers have recently discovered a prehistoric mass grave that might hold evidence
of a particularly brutal battle that took place
over 7,000 years ago.
Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm?
When a group of young boys went looking
for birds’ nests in an old elm tree in 1943,
they ended up finding something entirely
different: a human skull. Police searched
the tree and its immediate surroundings,
and the mystery of who put “Bella” in the
Wych Elm was born.
The Body Farm: A
Body farms are certainly not
for the faint of heart, but the
information that researchers learn from studying
human decomposition can be instrumental to law
enforcement investigations. Take a look inside one
of the largest facilities of its kind in this National
Geographic video called “The Body Farm.”
Fixing Forensic Science: A Conversation
with Kathy Reichs
Kathy Reichs is measured
and precise chatting about
her life as a New York
Times best-selling author.
But when she talks about forensic science in this
exclusive interview, Dr. Reichs is like an open book.
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Is This the End of Bite-Mark Analysis?
Bite-mark analysis has come under scrutiny in recent month—even a White House official has
condemned the forensic practice. While many experts still value forensic odontology, what will be the
eventual fate of bite mark analysis?