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?
“Hey! Do you know where I can find an OSINT related job?” This is a question The OSINT Curious Project members get quite often. The answer is yes we do! And in this blog we want to give you some advice on where to look for those type of jobs. Do you need OSINT experience? You might think that you need to be technically advanced, … Continue reading How to land an OSINT job
The term ‘Google dorks’ has been around for quite some years by now and is used for specific search queries that use Google’s search operators, combined with targeted parameters to find specific information. And in the webcast/podcast of early December we reached out to the listeners, to send us your favourite Google Dork. We grouped the dorks by the type of target information that it … Continue reading Google Dorks
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
Performing OSINT advanced queries in Facebook after the Facebook Graph Search changes. Continue reading The new Facebook Graph Search – part 1
How to search and interact with Instagram using OSINT techniques. Written by Technisette. Continue reading Searching Instagram