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European project EXFILES hacks the latest cryptophones
Hacking cryptophones. That is what the European project EXFILES is all about. Not only various law enforcement agencies, but also ...
NFI helps keep open-source software up to date in order to hack cryptophones
Criminals frequently use cryptophones to communicate. In order to obtain access to confiscated cryptophones, one of the things ...
The NFI studies the reliability of building level (floor) registration in iPhones for crime reconstruction purposes
A deadly stabbing incident on the third floor of an enclosed flat building in The Hague. And a suspect denying any and all ...
NFI Science Fair: young scientists present promising forensic innovations
How can digital traces on a smartphone or smartwatch assist crime reconstruction? Does the packaging in which evidence such as ...
The NFI and AUAS are using glow-in-the-dark sand to study the behaviour of glass fragments in criminal cases
NFI experts conduct scientific research to help solve complex forensic issues using innovations. Sometimes, the solution is ...
Identification of unidentified deceased persons now possible through distant relatives
Genealogical DNA testing helps find answers when identifying unidentified deceased persons, such as WWII victims. This involves ...
The chemical composition of drugs reveals the secrets of producers and smugglers
The Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI) is partnering up with the University of Amsterdam (UvA), the Dutch National Police, the ...
‘Knives are getting bigger every day, we’re shocked by what we see’
The Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI) is worried about the prevalence of knife possession amongst minors. Over the past two ...
New NFI and University of Amsterdam methods for recognizing deepfakes
Deepfakes, manipulated videos, can no longer be ignored. From fake applications, people who enter into discussion with companies ...
NFI reports on distinguishing twins using DNA analysis
Following a request from the Northern Netherlands District Court, the Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI) examined whether ...