There are so many interesting OSINT tools available today. That’s both good news and bad news. On the one hand, you can find software for practically any use case that you can think of. But on the other hand, keeping track of all those tools is easier said than done.
What usually happens is that you’re left scratching your head trying to remember the name of that perfect tool when you need it.
OSINT Essentials is Eoghan Sweeney’s, an open-source investigation specialist and trainer, contribution to this space that’s putting all the free tools in an accessible place.
With several dozen hand-picked tools, the website lays everything out in neatly defined categories. Here are some notable mentions:
People Search. There are half a dozen tools in this category to help you find people online based on the limited information you have.
Facebook. A worthy example from this category is the “Who Posted What?” tool. You can use it to find people who shared a post with your target keyword and filter the results by time.
YouTube. The “Youtube GeoFind” from this category has a lot of potential for creative applications as it lets you uncover videos from any location. You can filter results with radius parameters, keywords, dates, duration, and more. Although this only works for videos with geotags attached to them.
To see the entire suite of solutions available within this pack, you can visit OSINT Essentials.
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