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New Anti-Forensics Tools Thwart Police

Pablo El Vagabundo Magnets (528 comments)

I remember an episode of law and order, I think, that the guy had a computer in the room and had built some power magnets into the door frame.

If the computer was taken from that room it was wiped. Not sure how feasible it is, but sounds pretty cool.

more than 7 years ago



Pablo El Vagabundo Pablo El Vagabundo writes  |  more than 8 years ago

Pablo El Vagabundo writes "Irish company Steorn threw down the gauntlet and challenged the science community to debunk their technology.

They claim their invention, involving magnets, contrdicts the first law of thermodynamics.

From the article:

"We fully accept there is going to be cynicism surrounding this but what we're saying to the world of science is come and prove us wrong," said Steorn Chief Executive Sean McCarthy."


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