The modern era of digital communication gives us the opportunity to collect and analyze a huge amount of information from various sources. From casual social networks to academic databases, from public websites to news portals, information is becoming a key resource for many industries. Within this context, OSINT (Open Source Intelligence), or the understanding and analysis of open information, is becoming an integral part of investigative strategies, cyber security, business analysis and many other areas. It’s a vast and exciting world of investigative tools and OSINT asset collections that provide access to an endless amount of open intelligence. These tools are designed to efficiently collect, analyze and use data from open sources.
They provide an opportunity to track trends, uncover crimes, find vulnerabilities, analyze connections between individuals, determine locations, and much more. When using OSINT investigative tools, you can uncover important details that are not readily available at first glance. By uncovering data sources that leave a digital footprint, we can recognize patterns, understand behavior and gain unique insights. This can be crucial for revealing limited information, as well as for avoiding risks and identifying possible threats.
The title of a compendium that contains valuable resources for the study and use of open intelligence (OSINT) in cyber security and other fields.
Aml-toolbox the name of a platform or set of tools that focuses on anti-money laundering (AML) and financial monitoring.
The “OSINT Toolkit” is a set of tools, programs and resources for the collection, analysis and use of open intelligence (OSINT).
Asint_collection is the name of the Open Intelligence Collection (OSINT) collection of resources and tools. There you will find a lot of useful information.
“OSINT tools” is the name of a category of tools that are designed for open information gathering (Open Source Intelligence, OSINT).
On my Twitter account @cyb_detective I post various services, techniques, tricks and notes about OSINT and more.
A collection of tools, programs and resources used by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to conduct investigations, ensure cyber security and carry out missions.
It is an interactive tool developed by the journalistic initiative “BBC Africa Eye”, which specializes in investigating events and issues on the African continent.
Welcome to my collection of CTI resources. I originally created this to track valuable investigative assets (mostly OSINT) that I have personally used over the years.
This is a set of tools and features provided by the start.me platform for creating and customizing individual start pages. This toolkit allows users to create personalized start pages with bookmarks, widgets and other useful elements.
I am Emmanuel Welch, a licensed private investigator and certified fraud expert in New York. This is my ongoing project to help investigators and inquisitive minds use dating apps and sites in #OSINT investigations.
These are only links posted on Slack by both participants and speakers – not necessarily links provided/endorsed by the speaker. If no links were posted on Slack and I accidentally recorded them live, they are not included.
This is a personalized start page created on the Start.me platform that contains bookmarks and widgets related to various aspects of the analysis and collection of open intelligence (OSINT).
Welcome to the OSINT Open Source Intelligence Framework landing page. The OSINT Framework on start.me, a Dutch bookmarking service, is a publicly available reference with links to OSINT sources.
Is a web service for creating personal pages with bookmarks, news and other important web resources, which allows you to easily organize and access your favorite content on the Internet.
These are special characters and keywords that can be used when searching on Google to find specific information more precisely and conveniently. They help you perform a more refined and targeted search, filter results and get more accurate results.
It is a set of tools and methods developed and used by the Bellingcat team – a popular open source and research platform. This kit helps journalists, investigators, analysts and other specialists in the field of OSINT (Open Source Intelligence).
Online research tools and investigative techniques from BBC Online Researcher Paul Myers have long been a starting point for GIJN readers’ online research. His website, Research Clinic , is rich with links to research and “educational materials.