The term “OSINT” sometimes gets thrown around a little too loosely. The “open source” part of OSINT is straightfoward enough: there’s a world of information out there and with enough digging and practice you can find almost anything you could ever think of – but by itself this is not OSINT. The “intelligence” part of […]
During lockdown I’ve spent a lot of my evenings trying to improve my coding and data science skills with Datacamp. As I’ve tried to apply my new found knowledge to real world projects I’ve come to learn that about 80% of working with data is cleaning it up and making it tidy before you can
Hunchly is an excellent OSINT tool designed to capture and record your browser activity as you go. Once activated it sits quietly in the background as you browse and saves copies of webpages as you view them. It also records searches, captures EXIF data from images, takes screenshots, and saves lots of other useful data
Part of the huge upheaval brought about by the Coronavirus outbreak has meant that many of us have suddenly had to work from home. The challenge of staying connected with colleagues and collaborating on work projects has led to a huge growth in users for established services like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Slack, and Google Docs.