fbi News ▼

FBI Building AI To Track Tattoos To Identify Criminals

06/02/2016, It is no secret that there are still many out there who associate tattoos with criminals. After all there are many good examples of how certain gangs use tattoos to identify their members, or like how certain tattoo designs are meant to symbolize acts of...

FAA Tests FBI’s Drone Detection Tool At JFK Airport

05/19/2016, While drones do help with getting some amazing photos and videos from a high-up perspective, there’s a time and place for them. For example flying them near an airport is obviously a big no-no not only for security reasons, but for safety reasons as...

FBI Director Blames Viral Videos For Spike In Violent Crime

05/12/2016, From time to time, videos make their way onto the internet and become viral, meaning that people not even from the same country have probably seen it. Sometimes these viral videos are of amazing musical performances, sometimes they’re just of cats doing...

The FBI May Or May Not Have Wiretapped An Amazon Echo

05/12/2016, The always-on feature on devices like the Amazon Echo makes it infinitely more useful. After all what’s the point of issuing voice commands when one has to manually enable it first, right? However at the same time it makes it infinitely more dangerous...

The FBI Spent $1.3 Million To Unlock The San Bernardino iPhone

04/21/2016, As you might have heard, Apple had refused to oblige the FBI in trying to unlock the iPhone belonging to one of the terrorists in the San Bernardino shootings. The FBI eventually found a way around this by seeking outside help, although unfortunately it...

Nothing Useful Found Yet On iPhone FBI So Badly Wanted To Crack

04/17/2016, The iPhone that belonged to the San Bernardino terrorist was at the center of the massive public spat that the FBI and Apple had a few weeks ago. The FBI wasn’t able to convince Apple to come up with a backdoor that would have allowed the bureau to...

Apple Won’t Sue FBI To Find Out How It Cracked The iPhone

04/10/2016, The spat between the FBI and Apple turned ugly as the bureau wanted Apple to create a backdoor which would allow it to access the San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone 5c. Apple denied on the principle that it couldn’t set a precedent where it...

FBI Gains Access To Terrorist’s iPhone

03/28/2016, It looks like the inevitable has happened, as though it was scripted for a movie directly – the FBI has finally gained access to the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone – all without the need for any assistance from Apple, backdoor precedent or...

FBI Warns Of Cars Becoming Increasingly Vulnerable To Hacks

03/18/2016, Cars are basically tools of transportation meant to take us from point A to point B. Over the years, the development of cars has gotten increasingly complex with more functionality added with every model. Nowadays cars can connect to the internet and have...

WhatsApp Planning To Expand Encryption

03/14/2016, Encryption has become a hot topic these days as the FBI and Apple duke it out in public. The bureau wants Apple to comply with a court order and unlock the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone. Whether or not it can do that is a completely different...

Snowden Says FBI’s Argument Against Apple Is ‘BS’

03/10/2016, The FBI wants Apple to unlock the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone, it even obtained a court order, but Apple is contesting that as it refuses to comply. Apple doesn’t want to set a precedent where governments can come in and demand the company...