Find Company Data With A Programmable Search Engine

Being able to find sensitive information about an organisation is a key skill for OSINT practitioners. Whether you’re doing recon for a phishing engagement or you’re an investigative journalist looking for documents, being able to filter out the noise and find useful information relating to companies and institutions is essential. Using Google dorks is a useful technique for filtering searches. For example, a dork to … Continue reading Find Company Data With A Programmable Search Engine

I Do NOT Want To Visit This Website

There are a million of reasons why you might not want to visit a particular website. Maybe it’s your competitor and you do not want him/her to notice you are ‘watching’ them. Or maybe you’re in an investigation where you do not want your target to be alarmed by any visits. So how can you figure out what is on a website, without paying a … Continue reading I Do NOT Want To Visit This Website

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Old Skool OSINT

We’re going to step back in time to when the World Wide Web didn’t exist, as it’s possible that we can learn things about how to do OSINT investigations from the past that remain relevant today. Although the internet now provides instant access to a stunning diversity of resources from wherever a connection to it can be found, researchers may be wise to look to … Continue reading Old Skool OSINT