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Webcam Exploit Allows Public Viewing of Your Private Areas

In many situations private investigators and security cameras go hand-in-hand.  On the 8 Feb 2012 episode of Security Now with Steve Gibson, he talked about a security flaw discovered by person(s) from Console Cowboys involving TrendNet web cameras. Allegedly, there are approximately 26 different models vulnerable to an exploit allowing anyone …

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Data Breach Risks for Private Investigators

The popular book that I missed (but recently bought) is “Black Swans” by Taleb.  It explains that the big wins and losses in history can’t be easily predicted yet they are the most significant events. Computer security is one field where this stuff really fits.  Here are 2 examples. YOU WIN BIG:  In …

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Selecting a camcorder for private investigators

Have you ever purchased a video camera and then realized it was missing some key functions you need to use in your job?  It can be very frustrating to say the least.   There are so many good handheld video cameras out today, it’s hard to pick just one or two.  …

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Get your Private Investigator website more exposure

Making your website as accessible and simple as possible for your users isn’t always easy. Luckily, there are many standards and practices that visitors expect on any modern website. We’ve boiled some of these rules down to our top 12 favorites for you to use as a checklist on your …

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Private Investigator Training (Washington State)

Having just received an e-mail through our pnai.com website, requesting information on a training program for becoming a licensed private investigator, I directed the individual to the following locations: www.pnai.com/pi-blog/private-investigation-training-at-grcc.html http://www.extension.washington.edu/ext/certificates/pri/pri_hta.asp I hope this helps anyone, in the Settle-Tacoma area, seeking similar information. Respectfully, Donald A. Bambenek II,  Bambenek Investigative …

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