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Stuart Peck

Social Media OSINT Tools

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Sherlock is a brilliant tool written in python, queries multiple sights with only one false positive, wattpad.

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Google away and get digging 🙂

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Twint
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SearchBook
Holaconnect 
Recon-NG

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Any recommendations specifically for Facebook?

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3 minutes ago, Megan Roddie said:

Any recommendations specifically for Facebook?

Searchbook works pretty well.

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3 minutes ago, Megan Roddie said:

Any recommendations specifically for Facebook?

Besides google facebook has killed a lot of the tools that existed

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+1 for hunch.ly. Not only for SoMe, but all webinvestigations.

Nice product, annd great support from the devs.

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Took the words right out of my mouth, Sune. Hunch.ly should be the prereq for any OSINT investigations. The amount of time you try to either a) track back to a site where you found a critical piece of info to pivot from, or b) the source has been poisoned and the data you were served was opportunistic / random at the time (i.e. a "friend suggestion" on a sock puppet account relating to your target, and based on Facebook's suggestion algo). Also, Justin provides amazing and quick support.

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For (getting around the recent changes on) Facebook I highly recommend reading through the long but comprehensive post on Osintcurio.us about the changes and techniques behind the tools.  Facebook is going to continue disrupting the easiest and most popular tools in the name if their new 'Privacy' campaign.  But with an understanding of the searches we should be able to keep rebuilding our techniques after they make these annoying changes:

https://osintcurio.us/2019/08/22/the-new-facebook-graph-search-part-1/

https://osintcurio.us/2019/08/22/the-new-facebook-graph-search-part-2/

 

Since Inteltechniques search tools went behind the paywall I updated my own go-to collection of resources on my blog (has a little bit of everything):

https://www.learnallthethings.net/osint-resources

-J

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Mike Bazzell is working on a new OSINT packet. It's pretty great already but is a work in progress.

 

https://inteltechniques.com/JE/OSINT_Packet_2019.pdf

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Personally, I believe that marketing platforms are great for social media intelligence (SOCMINT) operations.

I've used Mention.com and Brand24.com, and while they may require some paid subscriptions for good features, they are fantastic for monitoring social media mentions.

To compare the options available, view this community spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Jb47lzecX0D-ZCs5oh-9SqClFOjme1g9tjiCHpPO7BY/edit#gid=0

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On 8/27/2019 at 8:19 PM, Stacy Lawrence said:

Mike Bazzell is working on a new OSINT packet. It's pretty great already but is a work in progress.

 

https://inteltechniques.com/JE/OSINT_Packet_2019.pdf

You say that this is only a work in progress? This is incredible!

This looks pretty complete to me, but if it is not, then that is even better since it is an indication of there being more to come!

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On 8/29/2019 at 6:28 AM, Matthew Broke said:

You say that this is only a work in progress? This is incredible!

This looks pretty complete to me, but if it is not, then that is even better since it is an indication of there being more to come!

The man will not be silenced! It IS a thing of beauty already, isn't it.

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