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Gratzer, V. ; Pantheon-Assas, Univ. Paris II ; Naccache, D.

The Global System for Mobile (GSM) Communications Association reports that nearly 700 networks in more than 214 countries will have served 2 billion users. Unfortunately, the development of inexpensive mobile communications is also a source of new threats. In this issue's installment of-Crypto Corner, we review the handset-related methods law enforcement agencies use to gather evidence during criminal investigations. This article's goal is twofold: explain how law enforcement agencies work and increase the user community's awareness of the digital footprints left by handsets

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Security & Privacy, IEEE  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 6 )