21 Oct 2007

Cyber Crime Investigation Case Studies (The Terrorist Case)

This case study is a simplified version of a case successfully investigated by the Computer Emergency Response Team of Asian School of Cyber Laws.

The names of people, Case Numbers, email IDs and IP addresses etc have been changed in order to protect the privacy of the individuals concerned. All names, case numbers, IP addresses, email IDs are fictitious and any resemblance to any person living or dead or any organization are purely co-incidental.

Note: Neither this case study nor any part thereof may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, microfilming, and recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system, without prior permission in writing from Asian School of Cyber Laws.

The Case : On 10th March the Computer Emergency Response Team of Asian School of Cyber Laws was informed about a group of dreaded terrorists who were selling illegal weapons.

The terrorists were believed to be using a website to run their illegal operations. Please investigate.

Hint: The website has a PGP key which can be used to decrypt the message

Asian School of Cyber Laws is the pioneering institute in the field of education, training and consultancy in cyber law, cyber crime investigation and information security. In these fields ASCL works with several Universities and Colleges, Government departments, law enforcement agencies, defence organizations and corporates in several countries.

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