CRIME can be defeated by preventing the use of compression, either at the client end, by the browser disabling the compression of SPDY requests, or by the website preventing the use of data compression on such transactions using the protocol negotiation features of the TLS protocol. As detailed in The Transport Layer Security (TLS) Protocol Version ,  the client sends a list of compression algorithms in its ClientHello message, and the server picks one of them and sends it back in its ServerHello message. The server can only choose a compression method the client has offered, so if the client only offers 'none' (no compression), the data will not be compressed. Similarly, since 'no compression' must be allowed by all TLS clients, a server can always refuse to use compression.
Through the Wisconsin Innocence Project, after 18 years in jail for a wrongful conviction, newly tested DNA evidence freed Steven Avery in 2003. Sherry Calhune, The same DNA analyst who testified erroneously that a hair associated with the Beerntsen attack beloged to Avery, now produced the sample that would free him. According to a recent interview with Ms. Beerntsen, Manitowoc Police Department (not to be confused with the county agency, MCSO) Beerntsen says she was told a few weeks after Avery’s arrest MPD felt he was the wrong guy. Responsibly, Beersten followed up with a call to MCSO where she was promptly told not to speak to MPD again as it would only serve to “confuse her. While that call does not seem to be memorialized in any way in 1985, at the very least, Andrew Colborn of the Manitowoc Sheriffs Office was well aware of that for over 8 years. IN 1995, Colborn took a call from a Brown County detective who arrested a Gregory Allen who believed as a result Avery was in custody- erroneously. Colborn alleges he transferred the call to a detective, makes no report. That is until the day after Avery is exonerated and subsequently released based on the DNA evidence implicating Allen. As was later learned during the civil suit- save for the fateful attack of Ms. Beerntsen, Allen had been under surveillance by police. According the MAM docuseries, Allen was a suspect in other attacks but never arrested. Allen was also never charged in the horrific assault on Penny Beerntsen although DNA directly implicated him. Allen is eligible for parole for his 1995 conviction for In the docuseries this brave victim is introduced without revealing her identity. Gregory Allen is eligible for parole in October 2016.