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Computer Counter-Forensics

Article by Ross Patel

As the accessibility of computer technology and know-how increases, criminals are becoming ever more sophisticated in their efforts to frustrate cyber-investigators.

Digital Evidence Triad:

The fragile nature of digital evidence, coupled with the complexity and skill required to conduct an assessment that will bear the scrutiny of a court of law, makes it important to independently validate and verify the findings of the forensic assessor.

Case preparations involving scientific evidence must consider three core areas in detail, exploring each facet of evidence to assess whether Best Practice and prevailing regulations have been adhered to. These three spheres are:

1: Search & Seizure: The means by which the target media (e.g. hard disks and CD’s found on the suspect or at a specific location) were acquired by law enforcement agents and their subsequent preservation through the ‘chain of custody’.

2: Preservation of Evidence Containment and protection of evidence exhibits so as to ensure fragile and volatile digital evidence is neither corrupted nor tainted.

3: Forensic Assessment & Analysis Evaluation of media and raw materials to furnish law enforcement agents with forensically sound evidence that can be presented in a court of law.

Efforts geared towards thwarting or impacting on the forensic computing process are levelled at one or more of these spheres.

Physical Safeguards:

In the context of countering digital forensic practices, physical security is based on the principle that if a computer system cannot be found, then it cannot be seized by the authorities for examination.

Locked cabinets and steel laptop cables will frustrate efforts to remove devices from the suspect’s premises; however, they will be defeated given adequate time and resources. More advanced approaches towards protecting computing devices include concealing key computer drives or media under the floorboards, in the loft space or in out-house facilities such as a garage. This can afford a degree of security and ensure that devices remain hidden from investigators. Communication with the device can be achieved without telltale cabling, relying instead upon encrypted wireless signals.

One approach to hiding information involves the moving of user data, such as textual reports or financial spreadsheets, into archives which normally contain only files required by the computer for operation (e.g. the system32 or config folders).

Both of these approaches help conceal information from the curious or casual browser, but the material will undoubtedly be uncovered during the course of a comprehensive forensic evaluation of the computer drive

A somewhat crude but nonetheless effective approach to obscuring information is to change the associated file extensions. This could make a Word document (.doc extension) to appear as a bitmap graphic (.bmp extension). If a user attempts to open the file, the default program associated with the file-type, Microsoft PaintTM in this instance, will be invoked. Since the file data is actually in Microsoft Word format, Microsoft Paint will not be able to render the information and will return an error.

Such efforts are likely to help sensitive materials pass under the nose of casual observersand those intent on identifying files of a particular type, such as graphical images which feature the extensions including.bmp or.jpeg.

A more conventional approach towards protection of information is to employ passwords. Starting with Microsoft Office 95, it became possible to password protect office productivity files to prevent unauthorised access. Well equipped forensic laboratories have specialist equipment to allow dictionary and brute-force attacks (trying all possible character combinations) against password protected files and programs, so unless a particularly complex pass-phrase is used the security is likely to be broken fairly quickly.

Most users employ passwords based on words found in the English dictionary or words that have meaning to them, such as the name of their wife or pet. These passwords are not complex enough to thwart concerted efforts to break the security. Passwords based upon non-English words, greater than eight characters in length and using both numbers and non-alphanumeric characters (e.g. exclamation or punctuation marks) provide a level of complexity that is extremely difficult to break.

Taking file and application level protection to the next level is the practice of cryptography – the science of securing information through the use of reversible transformations. The word “cryptography” has its roots in the greek terms “cryptos”, meaning secret, and “graphy”, meaning writing. Simple ciphers, known as mono-alphabetic or Caesar systems, involve the substitution of letters. The development of digital computing revolutionized cryptography and made today’s highly complex and secure cryptographic systems possible.

With the introduction of Microsoft Windows XPTM an enhanced security feature known as Encrypting File System (EFS) has become readily available to desktop computer users. EFS is a cryptographic support system that enables files, folders and even sections of the hard disk file system to be encrypted using a variant of the Data Encryption Standard (DES) algorithm.

Attacking cryptographic materials is known as cryptanalysis and requires highly experienced consultants for any reasonable chance of success. Attacks can be levelled against the protocol (i.e. the mechanics of the encryption system employed), the protected file/data, or the interface and environment (i.e. the manner in which the user has interacted with the cryptosystem and/or computer system to create the secured material).

Another approach to concealing information is to embed data in special sections of the file system structure. Alternative Data Streams (ADS) was a design feature introduced into the Microsoft WindowsTM operating system with the NTFSTM file system as a means to provide compatibility with the Macintosh Hierarchical File SystemTM (HFS).

The way the Macintosh’s file system works is it uses both data and resource forks to store its contents. The data fork is for the contents of the document while the resource fork is to identify file type and other pertinent details. There has been a marked increase in the use of these streams by malicious hackers wanting to store their files once they have compromised a computer. Not only that, it has also been seen that viruses and other types of malware are being placed there as well. The crux of the matter is that these streams will not be revealed using normal viewing methods, whether via a command prompt or using the Windows Explorer.

Whilst data embedded within ADS will remain invisible during all normal operations, forensic examiners can identify such material using complex data analysis tools. When information is encrypted, embedded within other file code (stegonography), and finally hidden in an ADS, it is likely that the material will be safe from even the most astute investigators.

Internet Privacy:

The Internet is an essential tool for business and leisure but is also a compelling resource for those commissioning or researching criminal activities.

Reading email or browsing the World Wide Web (WWW) leaves traces on the host computer that can be recovered by forensic investigators to give an indication as to website visited, terms used on search engines and conversations held in online chat-rooms.

Whilst popular browser applications such as Internet Explorer and Mozilla feature routines to remove personally identifiable information, a more considered approach to eliminating any local traces of online activity would involve the use of a specialist application such as ‘Evidence Eliminator’.

To add a layer of security between the computer and Internet, and thus protect against any potential eavesdropping on the telephone/broadband network, an approach known as Onion Routing may be employed. Developed by American researchers Onion Routing employs a complex series of relays, routers and encryption protocols to ensure anonymity and confidentiality of traffic.

Whilst investigators without the capacity or capability to undertake complex cryptographic evaluations may be at a loss to identify the content of such protected internet content, it may be possible to glean useful information through the use of ‘traffic analysis’. Here the intention is to identify patterns and norms. For instance, it may not be possible to determine what website an individual is accessing, but through cataloguing the traffic it can be possible to say, with certainty, when a user was online. Should this be backed up with physical surveillance that can attest the individual was alone at the premises under observation at a particular point in time, then should further evidence come to light at a later point (perhaps as a result of performing a forensic analysis of the suspect’s computer, following a search/seizure order), it can neatly tie the suspect to the computer keyboard.

Exploiting Forensic Methodology:

Whilst the approaches previously discussed have focused on obscuring or concealing either the physical computer devices or the digital evidence contained therein, the following techniques are geared towards thwarting the forensic process of examination of digital media.

Operations upon files and folders are recorded in timestamps, which provide details as to when the file/folder was created, when it was last accessed, and when the file/folder was last modified. Timestamp data is recorded automatically by the operating system and provides crucial evidence as to actions and times/dates when they occurred. However, appreciating how valuable timestamp data can be to investigators, tools have been created by various Hacking groups to allow manual or automatic modification of timestamps. This technique is known as “fuzzing” and can make attribution of the file – or who was at the keyboard at a specific point in time – near impossible. Furthermore, fuzzing taints the evidence so that the integrity of the timestamps is damaged to a degree that would make them inadmissible in a court of law.

ACPO Guidelines for the seizure of computer devices, suggest immediate disconnection of the power unit, so as to preserve information on the system computer drive(s). This is regarded as Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) by investigators around the world, but it does have one very serious shortcoming. By disconnecting the power, any information stored within the volatile memory (e.g. RAM) will automatically be lost and cannot be retrieved. Hacking tools have evolved to take advantage of this investigative procedure; having scripts and applications that run exclusively in memory so that no traces will survive on the disk should the computer be seized by the authorities. It is considered to be only a matter of time before this counter- forensics technique becomes even more widely adopted by those intent on using computers for the commission or support of criminal enterprise.

Legal Context:

Whilst not a security technique or forensic safeguard, some criminals have shown remarkable forward planning as a precaution if they one day have to stand trial for an offence.

In legal circles there have been a number of high profile cases involving computer abuse/misuse, where the line of defence has been that the computing device had been under the control of an unknown third party. In many cases the assertion is the computer has been broken into by a Hacker, who used the device as a platform for perpetrating their crime. This has become known as the ‘Trojan defence’ and was applied successfully in the case of R v Aaron Caffrey, who was charged with breaking into computer systems owned by the American port authority in Houston.It has been known for criminals to purposefully infect their computers with viruses and malicious code, laying the foundations for just such a defence should the need ever arise.

The technical arguments as to whether computer code, which is what essentially all digital media is, can constitute obscene media have long been agreed in the rulings of R v Fellows and R v Arnold. In matters involving obscene images and media, the recent ruling in R v. Porterhas put flesh on the bones of the argument as to what constitutes ‘possession’ in a technical sense. In this case the presiding Judge gave directions as to whether the jury could consider that deleted images, recoverable only using advanced forensic means, could still be considered in the possession of the owner.

Recently the Home Office announced plans to begin enforcing provisions outlined in Part 3 of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA). The wording of this act would make it an offence for an individual or entity to refuse or be unable to disclose passwords or encryption keys specifically requested by the authorities in relation to an investigation. One argument against these provisions is that it reverses the burden of proof and makes a party guilty of an offence should they be in a legitimate position to be unable to comply with a disclosure order.

One of the main criticisms of the act, however, is whether or not it will have the desired effect in enabling criminals abusing or leveraging technology to suitably punished. The oft-quoted example is that of an individual arrested on suspicion of possessing obscene images and media.

Security vs. Accessibility:

When considering security controls and countermeasures a careful balance must always be achieved, as to how to maintain reasonable accessibility to the data whilst ensuring confidentiality.

A collection of obscene images could, for instance, be grouped into one archive that is strongly encrypted and the resulting code embedded into the file structure of an innocuous file that is in turn buried deep within the computer’s file system. This computer drive may then be concealed within the loft crawl space and communications with the device achieved using encrypted wireless protocols. Clearly this would afford a good degree of secrecy to the material, but does make it increasingly difficult to access or retrieve for any practical purposes.


Criminals and those engaging in offences involving the use or support of information technology continue to use various means to thwart the efforts of investigators to secure digital evidence. Whilst countermeasures range from the crude yet novel (e.g. burying devices under the floorboards) to the highly sophisticated (e.g. encrypting information and concealing the code within redundant areas of the computer file system) – it is clear that defensive practices of this nature are becoming increasingly prevalent. Equally, these efforts are becoming worryingly effective in hindering the efforts of law enforcement and have contributed significantly in the police either training their own specialist investigators or trying to find an expert witness with the requisite skills.

History has taught us that attacks against systems – whether physical or digital in nature – only increase in efficiency and effectiveness over time. It is therefore essential that lawyers involved in these type of cases find an expert witness with the requisite skill set that can deal with the complex technical issues that often arise.

This article is not a ‘how-to’ guide and certain details from both the defensive and offensive perspectives have been intentionally omitted. The techniques described in this article are documented in a variety of public resources and in many instances employed quite regularly by criminals abusing or misusing technology.

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I had a problem connecting to the internet

Article by Dave

A slow net connection can be frustrating as you waste a lot of time attempting to open the net page and your internet connection could get disconnected in the middle of a download.

I have gone by means of fairly scary dilemma with my pc a week back. I was getting problem in connecting my desktop to the web via router (Ethernet connection). I am not a tech geek, so I know quite minimal about the technology about the connectivity and all. So I tried my hand on few wires here and there but nothing worked.

I tried restarting the pc, the World wide web comes appropriate back. Someday the World wide web really came back without having rebooting, but it took about 20 minutes. When the World wide web disconnects, my Network is nonetheless intact. I tried everything which includes the KB patch but no luck.I named up my Internet Service Provider who has been helping me considering that I purchased it new. They tried their usual troubleshooting actions such as refreshing my IP address but ended up empty handed. They even gone for the closer inspection but my technique got connected to internet for 5 minutes at max. I do intermittently get access after a reboot or restart of the router but it is much less than 20% of the time. This is really frustrating. Right after five hours when they had been finished with their diagnosing by means of my system they came up with the reason that the dilemma is with my router.

So I trusted my ISP and packed my router next day and took it to the router organization. They checked the router totally even by connecting it to an additional personal computer, at their shop, and it was operating effectively. And they emphasized that the difficulty is with the Windows installed on my laptop or computer.

Soon after that I known as the store from exactly where I purchased my PC a year back and explained them the entire issue. They asked me to drive to the store with the technique so that they can check on it and also asked me to pay per hour. This was certainly not acceptable to me. And that is exactly where I had enough.

I spent some time researching to find out somebody who can help me to fix this concern with no charging the amount I can afford. And there where I found this company referred to as “iYogi”, they are a technical service provider. They were almost a savior to me. There were several internet sites and organizations delivering support service but I guess iYogi’s web site was too catchy to influence me to take their services.

These are the men and women who cater remote tech services. It implies that instead of them repairing your laptop or computer, it is really you. All you need to have to do is call their technical support contact number and relay all the issues concerning your personal computer to them. They also present remote tech support services are through e-mail and chat as properly.Some individuals asked me if this kind of process is useful and not serve as a hassle to the pc user. In my opinion it is not. I named iYogi once and got connected to the customer service from exactly where they transferred me to Peter, the technician that has been appointed for me. He was one gem of a individual, with commendable expertise and skilled way of talking to the customers.

He heard my entire issue patiently and took time to recognize it. Peter made me understand the whole problem that why I am going via this world wide web connectivity issue. Then I discovered out that it’s an error in Vista with the IPv6 protocol. The remedy is to disable IPv6 functionality in Vista, which in most circumstances isn’t too much of a problem as IPv6 is not widespread (of course, solving a issue by disabling functionality never appears like a valid solution to me).

He took half an hour to diagnose and resolve the problem totally. The consumer support service also appeared to communicate nicely with the dilemma with my program. Foregoing the world wide web may possibly seem like a fate worse than death, but when you have a vague idea of what may possibly be going on, it does take a bit of the frustration away. If the above solutions don’t appear to function for you, there could be some other factor involved.

iYogi has now became the one quit shop for me to resolve and getting rid of all the concerns and issues with my desktop, laptop, router, modem, printer, net connection and so on. iYogi takes the difficulty seriously and trying to aid the clients resolve the dilemma as speedy as possible. I found the consumer service to far greater than expected. In certain I was more pleased that the service kept in touch with me via the whole approach so we felt nicely informed about the progress of the repair and what would happen next. This was a pleasant surprise, and I always appreciate it when organizations take the trouble to communicate properly with their consumers and keep us informed about what is happening.

iYogi technical service provider was of a fantastic assist to me. The most beneficial aspect of iYogi’s support is the value for dollars that you get when you subscribe to their service packages. Paying only a nominal amount, you get access to certified experts who know your laptop or computer inside out and will fix it instantly. All in all a pretty impressive service, though I hope to in no way have to use it again!

About the Author

Dave Brown is an expert author of Tech market and contributes his beneficial thoughts for IT business readers. He has many published articles on technologies and world wide web. He loves gardening, reading and spending time with his family members.

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Hiring Demand for Computer Software Engineers Up 12%

Hiring Demand for Computer Software Engineers Up 12%

WANTED Technologies

New York, New York (Vocus/PRWEB) March 31, 2011

The number of new on-line job ads for Laptop or computer Software program Engineers posted more than the past 30 days is up 12% compared to the identical period last year, according to, the leading source of real-time business intelligence for the talent marketplace.

Employers currently have much more than 56,000 positions open for Personal computer Software Engineers nationwide. There are approximately 850,000 Laptop or computer Software program Engineers in the United States, developing a ratio of one job ad for every 15 Pc Software Engineers. 1 year ago, there had been 18 candidates for competing for each 1 job.

“Hiring demand for Computer Software program Engineers continues to show steady improvement, and the competition for leading talent is fierce,” said Bruce Murray, CEO and President of WANTED Technologies. “Hiring demand for Personal computer Software program Engineers has recovered to within three% of its four-year peak in June 2008 of 60,000 job ads.”

At the state level, California has exceeded its four-year peak with nearly 14,000 on-line jobs at present posted for Computer Software program Engineers. This is up 34% versus the exact same period last year. Washington has the second highest volume of obtainable jobs and saw a 59% improvement.

With the huge volume of Personal computer Software program Engineer positions at present available, recruiters will have challenges filling these open requisitions. Employers will have a tougher time hiring Personal computer Software Engineers in Washington compared to other locations in the United States, according to WANTED’s Hiring Scale™.

The Hiring Scale measures conditions in the job markets by comparing hiring demand and labor supply. The Hiring Scale™ is portion of the WANTED Analytics platform that delivers organization intelligence for the talent marketplace.

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WANTED gives real-time organization intelligence for the talent marketplace. Clients in the staffing, HR, RPO, media, and government sectors use WANTED Analytics™ to locate sales leads, analyze employment trends, gather competitive intelligence, forecast economic conditions, and source tough-to-fill positions.

WANTED is also the exclusive information provider for The Conference Board’s Aid-Wanted On the internet Information Series™, the monthly economic indicator of Hiring Demand in the United States.

WANTED Technologies (TSX-V:WAN) was founded in 1999. The company’s headquarters are in Quebec City, Canada, and it maintains a US-based subsidiary with primary offices in New York City. The organization started collecting detailed Hiring Demand information in June 2005, and at present maintains a database of a lot more than 600 million unique job listings. For much more details or to sample WANTED’s services, go to

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SearchMarketMe Announces National Conference for Internet Marketing Agency Owners

SearchMarketMe Announces National Conference for Internet Advertising and marketing Agency Owners

SearchMarketMe President &amp CEO, S. Boyd Karren

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 17, 2011

SearchMarketMe’s annual conference for its network of Web Advertising and marketing Agency Owners, “Money U.,” will take location October 6-8, 2011, in Nashville, Tennessee.

“Our theme this year is ‘Money U.’” said SearchMarketMe’s Director of Education, Will Rak. “And we’ll have a considerable concentrate on helping our Agency Owners boost their revenue growth through improved collaboration with fellow Agency Owners. This technique can boost capacity without growing overhead.”

The conference will follow a unique two-track model focusing on sales and fulfillment topics, and attendees can program their own “class list” over the two days of instruction and brainstorming, based on their respective interests in sales and/or fulfillment activities.

“There will be a handful of group-wide sessions as properly,” added Rak, who will be giving an in-depth group-wide presentation on his recently created reporting and sales system, PREMIER. “And we will also provide ample opportunities for group-wide brainstorming and the creating and strengthening of ‘collaborelationships’ in between the Agency Owners.”

Curriculum for the conference is getting ready and presented by Rak, President &amp CEO S. Boyd Karren, and several of the Agency Owners from the SearchMarketMe network.

“Several of our Agency Owners have genuinely turn out to be experts in their field, and they will be helping to teach their colleagues,” said Rak. “It will be a strong collection of classes and instructors.”

Amongst the course titles on the agenda:

Sales topics:

Pay-for-performance Models &amp Setup

Negotiation Styles

Making use of the “X-Ray” Keyword Investigation Tool as a Prospecting Assist

Fulfillment topics:

Social Media Pay-per-click

E-mail and SMS List Management

Analytics Conversions &amp Objectives

For prospective Agency Owners searching to begin their own internet advertising agencies, SearchMarketMe will conduct 1 final “Kick Off Training” weekend, September 9 &amp 10, just before the national conference in October.

“New Agency Owners who join up prior to the September coaching can nonetheless qualify to attend the conference,” said SearchMarketMe’s President &amp CEO, S. Boyd Karren. “These conferences are always beneficial for our Agency Owners, but specifically so for the new Agency Owners.”

SearchMarketMe, LLC, is a Seattle, Washington-based coaching and support organization that assists entrepreneurs in opening and operating independently-branded web advertising and marketing agencies around the world. Opened in 2007, the company’s 99 Agency Owners are located throughout the United States, Canada, and the Middle East. For much more information about the SearchMarketMe Agency Owner Program, commence by visiting the SearchMarketMe Net internet site and request an Opportunity Overview.

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New Bedside Computing System at the Healthcare IT Solutions Exchange

New Bedside Computing Program at the Healthcare IT Solutions Exchange

(PRWEB) October 11, 2010

RMS Omega Technologies, a leading barcode systems integrator, announced right now that the company will be presenting different barcode system solutions at the Healthcare IT Solutions Exchange (HITSE) October 26-27, 2010 in Westborough, Massachusetts. In addition to barcoding and data collection technologies, RMS Omega will be revealing the next generation of bedside computing technology, MEDIVista Bedside Computing Station.

The Healthcare IT Solutions Exchange (HITSE) is an ongoing series of conferences aimed at bringing Hospital Info Systems users together to discuss the selection, preparing, implementation and support of healthcare IT solutions. HITSE New England 2010 will incorporate educational tracks for MEDITECH 6., Meaningful Use, CPOE and Revenue Cycle Management. Furthermore there will be sessions hosted by market experts, case studies and panel discussions for healthcare IT.

RMS Omega, along with Honeywell and Lincor, will be hosting an interactive session featuring the newest trends in Barcode and Bedside Computing Technology for Hospitals. The session will contain implementation considerations for barcode scanners, the rewards of integrating clinical access and patient satisfaction into one technique as well as reviewing leading barcode equipment.

RMS Omega will also be presenting a new bedside computing program, MEDIVista, at the HITSE conference. Lincor’s MEDIVista, is a secure touch screen computer mounted at the patient’s bedside. MEDIVista gives clinical access to electronic health records and patient access to entertainment services all in one laptop or computer station. The new bedside computing technique interfaces to existing Hospital Data Systems and provides actual-time EHR access at point-of-patient care. Lincor Solutions has more than 16,000 installed units worldwide with offices in Ireland, Atlanta, and Toronto.

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First Step To Speed Up Vista Internet Connection

Article by Kok Choon

There are several speed up Vista Internet connection advise everywhere, nonetheless, most of the issues came from hardware incompatible, tweaking Vista will not support a lot in this situation. The very first step ahead of tweaking the network related settings is trying to test your hardware, I will show you how to do that with an successful tool from Microsoft.

The utility is called “Net Connectivity Evaluation Tool”, this tool will install itself on Net Explorer, and you need to have Web Explorer to use it. There are five sorts of connection tests will be performed:

Kind #1 – Fundamental Net Connectivity Test.This is the most fundamental World wide web connection you establish between your computer and your router. With no this I doubt that you can connect to any net site.

Sort #2 – Network Address Translator Sort.This test the router capability to translate your private address into global connected address. Each and every router should have this, if not you need to alter your router.

Sort #3 – Traffic Congestion Test.If your router does not support Explicit Congestion Notification (ECN), your connection will drop significantly when too many people share the ISP line at the very same time.

Type #4 – UPnP Support.Most contemporary router will support UPnP, if your test show otherwise, most almost certainly you haven’t activated it. Login to your router and configure it accordingly.

Kind #five – Several Simultaneous Connection States Test.This will open up to 80 concurrent TCP connections to the server for 2 minutes. If you fail this part, your world wide web connection is not dependable. Try an additional router or modem and test once again, if the result is still failed, you require to tune up your Vista TCP connections.

These tests will assist you to decide whether your router is functioning effectively, you ought to change the router ahead of attempting any tweaks, unless your router is brand new!

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Central Oregon Telecommunications Contractor Offers Free Estimates to Commercial and Residential Customers

Central Oregon Telecommunications Contractor Delivers Free of charge Estimates to Commercial and Residential Clients

Bend, OR (PRWEB) August 06, 2011

Technologies is typically sold as “plug and play” but it by no means truly works that way.

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This Oregon contractor understands that the good results of a organization is dependent on the capability to develop and maintain technology and telecommunications systems and offers the comfort and security of having an skilled expert accessible to support all of a client’s telecommunications wants.

5 months ago, at the age of 36 and right after operating at a communications company for a lot more than 17 years, Kevin discovered himself unemployed. A familiar story these days, but within seven days of losing his job, this go-getter took matters into his own hands. He passed his contractor’s test, received his license, and began his own organization, which is now flourishing.

“The best component of the organization is consumer interaction,” Kevin says. “I like the idea of empowering individuals.”

Kevin’s good results is based on his capacity to understand and meet each facet of his client’s expectations. Satisfied buyers and letters of recommendations from local companies give Kevin gratification and a sense of accomplishment.

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About KMA Communications

KMA Communications is a telecommunications company offering businesses and residences with a wide range of services including business telephone systems, installation, personal computer networking, World wide web set-up, voice and data cabling. Founder Kevin McPhetridge prides himself on top quality work and supporting all of a client’s telecommunications requirements. His organization services the Central Oregon community, such as Deschutes, Jefferson, and Crook counties.


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