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You are the chief investigator at ABC99 Inc. You are at the HQ of L&MP1, manufacturers of lifesaving drugs. The CIO is briefing you on the situation. They have reasons to believe that someone from their office is selling information about their upcoming drugs line to their competitors. The information that got leaked, was only known to the top brass of the company. Now, as this is a high profile case, the security team don't want to confiscate the devices of the suspects without having a reasonable proof of involvement. Also, they've got a tip from a reliable source that this confidential information exchange might have happened at the High Heaven cafe in the DMT4 hotel. The security team tried to access the visitor logs and CCTV footage of the cafe but hotel management denied the request. They want a proper warrant from law enforcement to hand these records over which might not be possible to get immediately. The security team tells you that all the suspects are currently busy in a meeting taking place in the conference room. You ask the security team to provide you with the device MACs of the suspects and wireless trace of the conference room using your Wi-Fi monitoring device. Your task is to find proof of probable involvement of one or more of the suspects.
The names and device MAC address details of the suspects:
Sr. VP (Production)
Sr. VP (Marketing)
Who among the above is guilty?
Here is a clue
The culprit is addicted to networking websites and stays online almost all the time.
Here is another one
Culprit may have connected to the WiFi at the cafe to check her social networking websites.
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