Ten Minute Tip: Image Geolocation Part 2

In the first Ten Minute Tip in this series we saw how to use EXIF data to geolocate an image. Unfortunately most images found on the internet have their EXIF data removed, so this approach is not always possible. However we also began to use a three-step methodology to geolocate images, and we can apply this even when there is no metadata to help us … Continue reading Ten Minute Tip: Image Geolocation Part 2

Ten Minute Tip: Image Geolocation – Part 1

This Ten Minute Tip is the first in a series looking at how we can geolocate images as part of OSINT work. Being able to examine a picture and work out when and where it was taken is an increasingly important skill to have. You could be a journalist trying to document human rights abuses, or helping law enforcement trace victims of child abuse. Whatever … Continue reading Ten Minute Tip: Image Geolocation – Part 1

Using Snapchat For OSINT – 10 Minute Tip

Snapchat is a very popular social media app but it has often proved to be a little difficult to use as an OSINT resource but its Snapchat Map and Snapchat Story features offer a lot of OSINT potential. This 10 minute tip shows how to get the most from these two parts of the platform: Snapchat Map Snapchat Map allows users to upload geolocated content … Continue reading Using Snapchat For OSINT – 10 Minute Tip