Webcast 20200308 – #31

People in this Episode

Links to what we discussed

Jeff Lomas talked about his blog on cell tower info, DFIR and OSINT https://osintcurio.us/2019/08/19/making-sense-of-osint-cell-tower-data-for-dfir/

People being monitored by the geotagged social media trough Echosec https://twitter.com/KarlSwannie/status/1233092121822978048

An semi automated website for lookups on a domain, ip or email. Covers dns, location, whois and more. Opsec! don’t know if requests are tracked https://synapsint.com/

OSINT CTF that gives people a chance to practise their skills. It covers a wide range of areas like government databases, social media, archived websites as well as some basic digital forensic and cyber security knowledge. https://ctf.cybersoc.wales/

Vis graphing tool for win, linux and osx in beta. Sort of Maltego alternative made with help of occrp.vis.com https://docs.alephdata.org/guide/vis-desktop

guideline by US DoJ : Legal Considerations when Gathering Online Cyber Threat Intelligence and Purchasing Data from Illicit Sources https://www.justice.gov/criminal-ccips/page/file/1252341/download

Useful to manually create charts in your OSINT investigations https://www.draw.io/

Bram (Aware Online) has been on fire this week, posting lots of quick OSINT tips. Might be worth a shout-out https://twitter.com/aware_online

Great detailed blog on how to build your own web scraper using Python https://hackernoon.com/how-to-build-a-web-scraper-with-python-step-by-step-guide-jxkp3yum

TikTok OSINT thread https://twitter.com/summer__heidi/status/1234308465662627840

The Cyber Intelligence Analyst Cookbook has some good information about CTI and OSINT process and analysis. https://github.com/open-source-rs/The-Cyber-Intelligence-Analyst-Cookbook/

Scrapy: An open source and collaborative framework for extracting the data you need from websites. https://scrapy.org/

Skills Demo

Matthias a.k.a MWOsint – https://keyfindings.blog/2020/03/08/using-the-microsoft-video-indexer-for-osint/ demo

Self Promotion