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The user is the weakest link for financial security.
The genetic makeup of microbes on a person’s skin could provide crime scene evidence.
A new system offers better speed and accuracy.
The latest forensic weapon is a device that identifies crime scene DNA in a few hours.
Scientists have developed a better way to identify fingerprints on bullets and fragments of explosives.
New tools that analyze the lighting in images help spot tampering.
Analyzing a person’s hair can help reveal where she’s been.