247 Detectives

Please Call NOW 0845 520 4121 / 07017 411 007

Please Call NOW 0845 520 4121 / 07017 411 007

Content Area 1

1st Call Detectives Blog

Get the latest information & news from the industry...

Archive +


Archive by Date

Archive of: 2020

  • Has Coronavirus made you think of tracing lost relatives and friends?

    Fears about our nearest and dearest are raw, and the prospect of someone you know dying is a daily nightmare. Also, you could well be wondering how those you ‘loved and lost’ are coping with this massive health issue.

    Comments: 0

  • Lockdown liaisons cornering the coronavirus cyberspace cheater

    With much of the world in lockdown, married couples are being forced to spend large amounts of time together. As being stuck behind closed doors brings cracks in relationships to the fore, dating websites targeting frustrated spouses have reported huge increases in people looking to relieve the boredom of being forced together with their partners.

    Comments: 0

  • Why use a Private Investigator during the divorce process?

    Divorce can be challenging at the best of times. However, where the relationship between you and your partner has broken down, or you suspect they are not truthful, this can make the process particularly difficult. Where you suspect your partner is hiding something from you, suspicions, doubts and personal investigation can be all-consuming. But we can help.

    Comments: 0

  • Hackers are using coronavirus fears to steal data and passwords

    COVID-19 Tracking Map Targeted

    The interactive map for tracking the spread of the virus, created by John Hopkins University, was targeted by hackers selling malware. Recognised cybersecurity blogger Brian Krebs reported the case. The malware itself was designed for compromising the security of the map and infecting the devices of those who used it. To view the fake map, users are required to download software. The university is now aware of the malware that is impersonating the site and has warned those looking to use the map to trust only the COVID-19 tracking maps on the university’s website, as well as one create and maintained by ArcGIS.

    Comments: 0

  • Should governments have backdoor access to our private messages on social media?

    In October 2019, top government security officials from the UK, US, and Australia wrote to Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s CEO, urging him to create a backdoor entry into the end-to-end encrypted messaging apps service offered by the brand. This request was rejected in a short space of time and follows on from refusals by major players Apple and Google to enable such backdoor entry.

    Comments: 0

  • © All rights reserved 2014 '1st Call Detectives'
  • /
  • Website designed & devloped by evokeu