Thank you for not paying your bill….

Hiya….I go by ‘Ginsberg5150’. I love the poetry of Allen Ginsberg and 5150 is…well…you figure that one out. I live in Kansas City. I got started in OSINT through Debt Collections. I know, weird connection. I used to be a collection agent. It was not the greatest job in the world. It kept food on the table and my family taken care of. What it … Continue reading Thank you for not paying your bill….

After the GDPR: researching domain name registrations

Today, nearly every part of our lives can be digitised by tracking and logging everything we do. Every journey we take, every purchase we make, or even every heartbeat can be digitised today. Because of the vast amount of personal information that is being collected, stored and also traded by companies and governments, the EU has decided to strengthen data privacy by introducing the European General Data … Continue reading After the GDPR: researching domain name registrations

The OSINT Puppeteer

When doing OSINT research, especially on social networking platforms, it’s important to use a fake profile, or what we like to call a sock puppet for operational security reasons. On this week’s blog, we want to provide you with some tips and tricks on how to build a good sock puppet…for research purposes. Crafting a ‘sock’ Before you create a sock, let’s have a moment … Continue reading The OSINT Puppeteer

Python, Your Friendly OSINT Helper

Ho ho ho and…Merry Christmas! It’s #OSINTuesday, and here’s our first blog post: Python, Your Friendly OSINT Helper! On this week’s blog, we have three smaller blog posts, each of which discusses Python in relation to OSINT. In the first one, Lorand briefly highlights some advantages and disadvantages of automating OSINT with Python and provides useful online learning resources. In the second blog post, @WebBreacher … Continue reading Python, Your Friendly OSINT Helper