Episode 229 of The CyberJungle is about 40 minutes long, due to preview coverage of The High Technology Criminal Investigators Association Conference 2011. You can hear it by clicking on the flash player below. The first interview, with Attorney Nicholas Tepper begins at about 14:00, and the second interview with Scott Moulton at about 30:30. You may download the file directly – great for listening on many smartphones. Or, you may go to the listening options page and browse for other ways to hear the show.
To listen to Episode 229 via the flash player:
We’d love to have a discussion about the oddball psychology behind this promotion drummed up for Toyota by its marketing firm, Saatchi & Saatchi, but we’ve settled for a discussion of the legal questions it raises. Both companies are in court now with Amber Duick, who was terrified by the “prank” they perpetrated, which took the shape of disturbing emails from someone who claimed he was anxious to see Amber “again” — although she had no idea who he was — and that he was headed for her house (he had her correct address). By the way, he also said he was running from the law. Bottom line, Amber now has Toyota on the run in the California courts. We spoke with her attorney, Nicholas Tepper from Tepper Law Firm in Los Angeles. Tepper’s interview begins about 14 minutes into Episode 229.
Scott Moulton, digital forensics expert with MyHardDriveDied.com tells us about the unique challenges of conducting digital forensics on solid state hard drives, otherwise known as SSDs. The interview begins at about 30:30 into Episode 229.
Our Take On This Week’s News
Anonymous Supporters Claim NBC News Twitter Attack; Groups sent three hoax messages saying New York’s Ground Zero had been attacked. Hat Tip to Robert McMillan of IDG News Service.
Using Wireless Network Watcher and InSSIDer to discover the users on WiFi networks. Correction, there is a version of InSSIDer for Linux.
Tales From The Dark Web
Dissecting The Morto RDP Worm: Read the Imperva posting for all the details.
The CyberJungle goes to The High Technology Criminal Investigator Conference (#HTCIACon) this week. Get the reports in Conference Notes.