DNA key to decoding human factor

Tuesday, 29 March 2005, 3:04 PM EST

For law enforcement officials charged with busting sophisticated financial crime and hacker rings, making arrests and seizing computers used in the criminal activity is often the easy part.

More difficult can be making the case in court, where getting a conviction often hinges on whether investigators can glean evidence off of the seized computer equipment and connect that information to specific crimes.

By Brian Krebs at the Washington Post.

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