Using Open Source Intelligence – 250 Free Resources

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Using Open Source Intelligence – 250 Free Resources

In this concluding video of Module 11 as well as the course, Dean shares a great resource in the form of a website with links to over 250 free resources for OSINT. The site is hosted by Michael Bazzell, the author of “Open Source Intelligence Techniques.”

The website provides tools for image lookups, IP address lookups, converting emails addresses to Facebook account, telephone number lookup, and many more for researching open source intel. A front end is provided to make using the tools easier. You can access the site here.


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