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Facebook: Classic vs New – Which is Better for OSINT?

As you might have noticed, Facebook is changing its design. Where some of us have the possibility to switch between the old and new layout, some of us are in the ‘New’ and have no option to switch back anymore. From September 2020, Facebook will only show you the New design. So for the couple of days left; which design is better for OSINT investigations? … Continue reading Facebook: Classic vs New – Which is Better for OSINT?

The new Facebook Graph Search – part 2

This blogpost is inspired by @djnemec‘s Github gist, which you can find here https://gist.github.com/nemec/2ba8afa589032f20e2d6509512381114. The next step In this part, we’re talking about combining searches. Just like in part 1, we will be translating JSON to Base64. And of course we’ll take you through it step by step 🙂 What to combine? Well, you can only combine when you stay in the same category. In … Continue reading The new Facebook Graph Search – part 2

OSINT on Deleted Content

When doing OSINT research, it might occur that the page you’re interested in, isn’t available anymore. Or that you get the request to research something that has already been deleted and no screenshots were taken. If you struggle where to begin or what tools might be helpful to use, here are some of our suggestions to help you start your research. The website I’m researching … Continue reading OSINT on Deleted Content

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

Thank you phisher

First, let me shortly introduce myself; My name is Technisette (yes, that’s a nickname, not a sock puppet), Dutch, 30+, female and have been working in the infosec business for the last 10 years. I’d like to tell you how I became OSINT curious. I wasn’t always ‘OSINTcurious’. Of course there was always a little curiosity in me, but there was one incident which really lit … Continue reading Thank you phisher