These files and reports are all we have at the moment. Our team of data recovery experts continue to work on retrieving more information so check back to see if there are new reports posted to this page.
Below are links to the files in a couple of differnt formats. PDF files can be printed and used without a computer. There are also images in electronic format so you can work with them in other programs such as Microsoft PowerPoint.
The files below are for downloading paper-based reports. Once these files are downloaded and printed, they can be used without computer
|Individual Security Reports (PDF)||File Size|
The files in the section below contain the electronic images from the security reports. These can be downloaded and used with presentation and graphic software.
|Digital Security Reports||Link||File SIze|
|Report #1||PC | MAC||900K|
|Report #2||PC | MAC||1MB|
|Report #3||PC | MAC||900K|
|Report #4||PC | MAC||900K|
|Report #5||PC | MAC||900K|
|Report #6||PC | MAC||900K|
|Report #7||PC | MAC||900K|
|All Reports||PC | MAC||4.5MB|
Optional: PowerPoint Templates
The files below are electronic templates for use with Microsoft PowerPoint. These will help with the layout and design of electronic reports.
CJ Kazilek. (2009, December 28). Access secret files. ASU - Ask A Biologist. Retrieved from https://askabiologist.asu.edu/access-secret-files
CJ Kazilek. "Access secret files". ASU - Ask A Biologist. 28 December, 2009. https://askabiologist.asu.edu/access-secret-files
CJ Kazilek. "Access secret files". ASU - Ask A Biologist. 28 Dec 2009. ASU - Ask A Biologist, Web. . https://askabiologist.asu.edu/access-secret-files