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Find out on Channel 4’s Who Got Diana Dors' Millions? on 13 September at 9.15pm

8 September 2003

Information forensics investigators Inforenz have been called in to try to solve the mystery of Diana Dors’ missing millions. A Channel 4 documentary – Who Got Diana Dors’ Millions? – which will be shown on Saturday, 13 September at 9.15pm, will reveal whether the cryptographers were able to break the code that conceals the star’s secret fortune.

Immediately after the programme, the Inforenz website – www.inforenz.com – will feature a downloadable version of the cryptography software the Inforenz team used to tackle Diana Dors’ secret. The Inforenz team will also be speaking about the code at COSAC the international forum for information security professionals and business managers, in the week following the programme.

Before she died, Diana Dors – often thought of as the Marilyn Monroe of England – handed her son, Mark, a coded message telling him that it held the whereabouts of a hidden £2 million fortune, and that her husband, actor Alan Lake, had the “key” that would unravel the code.

But, tragically, just months after Diana Dors died of cancer, Alan Lake committed suicide, taking the secret of how to decipher Mark’s code to his grave. In 20 years, Mark has got nowhere trying to solve his mystery: he has a code, the promise of millions, but no way to break it. Who Got Diana Dors’ Millions? follows Mark in an attempt to uncover the hidden fortune left to him by his mother.

Mark’s quest into his mother’s past takes him on an extraordinary journey into a world of ancient codes, gangsters, Freemasons, and eccentric solitary collectors. Can Inforenz crack the code and help unlock the 20-year-old secret? Find out on Saturday, 13 September at 9.15pm on Channel 4.


Websites
Channel 4 www.channel4.com/dianadors
Inforenz www.inforenz.com
COSAC www.cosac.net


Notes To Editors


About Inforenz

Inforenz Limited is a computer forensics investigation company dedicated to helping law enforcement agencies and commercial organisations solve their most challenging information recovery problems, especially those involving password protection, encryption, document analysis and steganography. Inforenz provides support services throughout or at the most difficult stages in computer forensics investigations.

Co-directors Andy Clark, Vince Gallo and Nick Spenceley, key players in the development of information security over the past two decades, founded Inforenz in 2001. Together with other staff and trusted partners selected for their knowledge, experience and integrity, they offer real-world investigation experience, technical knowledge and sound management practice for the benefit of clients and partners.


About COSAC
14-19 September 2003, County Kildare, Ireland
http://www.cosac.net
Now in its tenth year, the COSAC symposium, sponsored by the information forensics specialist Inforenz, offers an international forum for an elite group of information security professionals and business managers to share their greatest successes and challenges in the most confidential of settings.


Media Enquiries
Stephen Fleming or Martin Stabe at Schael Limited
Tel +44 (0) 1635 299116
Fax +44 (0) 1635 299115
Email sfleming@schael.co.uk, mstabe@schael.co.uk
Web www.schael.co.uk

General Enquiries
Andy Clark
Director, Inforenz Limited
Tel +44 (0) 1293 874140
Fax +44 (0) 1293 821412
Email andy.clark@inforenz.com
Web www.inforenz.com

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