In this video Technisette and I joined David Bombal to demonstrate some different geolocation techniques. We covered quite a few topics including: EXIF Data Using terrain features to find locations with Google Earth Removing unwanted parts of an image to do better reverse image searches Cropping and reverse searching images with Bing and Google Lens […]
Being able to prove exactly when data was posted to the internet is a core skill for internet investigators. If you want to be able to prove when a video was first uploaded, when an account was created, or when an editorial change was made to a website, then you need to be able to
Investigators are often faced with an overwhelming amount of data. In these situations finding an exact person, time, or place among all the noise can be very difficult. This problem is not limited to geo- or chronolocation challenges like those published by Quiztime either. Fortunately this is not a new problem and there are tried
Sometimes the way to solve a geolocation challenge is obvious. Other times less so. The Quiztime challenge that Fiete Stegers set on 8th October was certainly in the latter category and was probably the hardest Quiztime I’ve attempted so far. This is quite a lengthy write-up, so click to skip ahead to sections of interest.