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Jake Creps Jun 19
[] Pastebin is home to all kinds of malicious information. Doxxing, malware, credit card dumps, email dumps; you name it, Pastebin hosts it somewhere. Some of those posts are unlisted or private, though. Learn how to find them using Google Dorks.
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Carla Babb Jun 17
Does anyone know exactly how man accounts has suspended due to a "violation" of Indian law?
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Jake Creps Jun 17
[] Joe Gray is a regular contributor to the OSINT community. He's written various articles for Forbes. One is titled "Open Source Intelligence: A Key Under The Proverbial Mat". It's definitely worth a read. A little mindset, a little technique.
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Jake Creps Jun 20
[] PaGoDo is an OSINT tool that lets you automate Google Dorks. I've written a brief introduction to the tool as well as a bit of insight on how to customize it to your own needs.
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Eric Moreno Jun 17
The community has banded together after two of our own were suspended for violating Indian Law. (British) and (American) were sent these notifications a day after being suspended. As of right now they remain suspended.
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OSINT Techniques Jun 17
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Ring3API Jun 19
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pe3zx 15m
An interesting point if you do on Pastebin with data from information leakage incident: there are several pastes which contain the same data. The exact pair of username/email and password keeps show up and no new data is discovered.
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ʜᴇɴᴋ ᴠᴀɴ ᴇss Jun 18
Twitter will remove precise location tagging in tweets, citing lack of use – TechCrunch via Geez didn’t you read another tool put to the grave
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Jake Creps Jun 17
[] Python is the gateway to advanced OSINT collection. You can get by without it but you'd be leaving so much on the table. Get started with Python and OSINT, unlock new capabilities, and gain insight on how data works together online.
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CurrentOps.com 5m
June 26th 🇷🇺 Tu-154M 🇺🇸 overflight: - Malmstrom AFB? - Great Falls ANGB? - Malmstrom AFB ICBM Field - Yakima Training Center - Joint Base Lewis-McChord - Bremerton Naval Cplx - Naval Submarine Base Bangor - NAS Whidbey Island - Elmendorf AFB?
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Aware Online 8m
tip ★ How to find a Twitter account from an email address? Our Dutch tutorials will be translated into English soon.
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Steve Micallef Jun 23
Now that the SpiderFoot HX Private Beta has ended, registrations are finally open.. Sign up for a free SpiderFoot HX account:
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Gerald Beuchelt Jun 25
PockINT – A Portable Swiss Army Knife for / OSINT professionals
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Emmanuelle Saliba Jun 26
The Wayback Machine rolled out a new feature called ‘Changes’. The feature allows you to compare two snapshots of a website from a different day, month or year. This is going to be a great tool for investigating the past. 🕵️‍♂️ (H/T )
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Loránd Bodó Jun 24
If you do research on make sure to check out the latest updates! In particular, have a look at these two: you can now add any user to your contacts even if the phone number isn't visible AND you can 'add people nearby' HT
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𝕊𝕖𝕔𝕥𝕠𝕣𝟘𝟛𝟝 Jun 23
Over here it is Monday morning, 8 AM (CEST) That means it is time to post a new episode of Week in H/T to:
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hwosint Jun 24
// A lot of really nice osint ressources. Follow the link on github. Have fun!
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Benjamin Strick Jun 25
Today’s presentation with at (Terrorism & Soc Media) on work we did to map out Neo-Nazi fundraising of a site that earnt USD$2.5mill and how we did it. Looking forward to publishing methodology to share & help others in research community.
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Kas Jun 25
can anyone help me find who ever is connected to this email: FMfcgxwChJfNxBLDLWdPcbsllgPSRHxF@telus.net A friend got an email from it and we both think its suspicious. The name that came with the email is Crawford Gilles.
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