geolocation

Gap Analysis: Chrono and Geolocation In Berlin (Quiztime 7th October 2019)

I’ve written a few blogs about gap analysis before, but it’s an important skill for investigation and intelligence analysis work so I decided to write about it again. Daily Quiztime challenges are a good platform to demonstrate how this kind of methodology can be applied, and it is just as suitable for small scale OSINT …

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Digital Shadows: Seeking Sector035 – Quiztime 26th September 2019

How could you use open source information to trace a fugitive or a missing person? For this post I thought it would be an interesting exercise to see what information it would be possible to gather from Sector035’s recent Quiztime challenge. On the surface it was quite a straightforward photo geolocation question, but there is …

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Where In The World? Global and Local Identifiers – Quiztime 12th Sept 2019

I don’t think any investigative training programme ever recommends that you just use your gut instinct to reach a conclusion. This is not necessarily a bad thing because any conclusions that an investigator reaches has to be support by objective evidence. Anyone should be able to take the same steps and come to the same …

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