OSINT: Open-Source Intelligence
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OSINT: Open-Source Intelligence

For hackers, investigators, and everyone else
4.1 (695 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
3,071 students enrolled
Created by Jeff M
Last updated 4/2020
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This course includes
  • 6.5 hours on-demand video
  • 2 articles
  • 6 downloadable resources
  • 1 Practice Test
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • By the end of the course you will have a good understanding of OSINT, how to perform it, the tools necessary, and how your own information online could be used against you. You will learn Linux basics, and how to setup your own virtual lab.
Requirements
  • A computer (prefered), smartphone, or tablet with a internet connection
Description

In this course you will be learning about OSINT (Open-source intelligence) from a hacker's point of view. Tools, techniques, setting up a virtual lab, and how to protect yourself. This is a comprehensive course that will be using free open source tools to investigate people and companies. No matter if you are totally new to the fascinating world of OSINT and hacking or have some experience, this course will walk you through how both hackers and investigators use these tools and why. 

Get stuck or have a question? Always feel free to send me a message and I will do my best to help you out!

FYI, a reminder: I not anyone that is a part of DGS has any affiliation with any of the vendors, software manufactures, or programmers in this course.

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone that wants to learn OSINT, hackers, security professionals, investigators, people interested in security.
Course content
Expand all 72 lectures 06:27:36
+ Introduction
5 lectures 20:43

An introduction to the course, myself, and expectations for OSINT

Preview 01:57
  • The tools presented in this course are free and open-source
  • All of the information that we gather and analyze are from publicly available sources
  • While OSINT is also used by hackers, OSINT in itself is not illegal (check with your local laws). We are not exploiting systems or people to obtain this information.
  • I am not responsible for misuse of the information or techniques demonstrated in this course.
  • I am not responsible for for lost, corrupted, or otherwise altered/damaged files, software or hardware.
  • This course is presented on a "As is" basis.
Preview 00:58

Inteltechniques have taken a number of tools offline, what's next for this course?

NEW: What's coming next
04:44
NEW: What's coming next 2
02:30
+ Getting started
5 lectures 50:35

What will you need for this course?

Preview 02:14

What is virtualization? We discuss what virtualization is and why you would want to use it.

Virtualization
05:20
Installing CSI Linux
11:32

In this video we will be going over some basic Linux terminal commands. While knowing terminal commands is not necessary for OSINT, it is useful o have a basic understanding of them.


Recon Dog Github: https://github.com/s0md3v/ReconDog

Linux Terminal basics
04:53

This is a clip from my OSINT 2 course. Since The tools and Buscador is not longer available to the public I am adding this in as a alternative.

Updated: Installing Kali Linux to Virtualbox
26:36
+ Note taking
2 lectures 15:03

In this video we will be looking at the notation software, CherryTree to help organize our findings and client reporting.

Taking notes
10:04
Bonus: How to use Cherrytree templates
04:59
+ Securing your data
2 lectures 15:16

In this video we look at some options to keep your data and yourself secure.

Keeping your data safe
10:52

In this video we take a look at securely sending your files over the internet.

Onionshare
04:24
+ Employee and employer searches
2 lectures 06:25

In this video we look at some techniques and websites to perform OSINT on businesses.

Business searches
03:56

In this video we look at some resume finders and how they can be applied to OSINT

Resume finders
02:29
+ Google
4 lectures 16:13

In this video we will be looking at some advanced search techniques using Google.

Google Advanced Operators
07:31

Google and Twitter alerts

Google alerts
02:06

In this video we will be looking at Google maps and how it can be used in OSINT

Google Maps
04:23

In this video we talk about doing a reverse image search with Google.

Google Images
02:13
+ Reverse searches
3 lectures 20:40

In this video we will be looking at some techniques to perform reverse email searches on our target.

Reverse email
10:52

In this video we will be looking at reverse number lookups.

Reverse Phone
06:20

In this video we explore other reverse image options

Other reverse image searches
03:28
+ Website OSINT
7 lectures 44:36

In this section we will be looking at Spiderfoot, a program designed to crawl websites and harvest information.


Spiderfoot
09:25

HTTrack allows us to download entire webpages to analyze offline. In this video we will be discuss and demonstrate the software.

HTTrack
07:21

https://github.com/laramies/metagoofil

Updated: Metagoofil
06:35

The internet never forgets... In this video we will be looking at some options to retrieve lost pages from the internet.

Webpage Cache
04:34

In this video we take a look at the various tools that can be found on Inteltechniques.com

Inteltechniques
05:59

In this video we take a look at the OSINT Framework site.

OSINT Framework
04:56
Bonus: Euro OSINT Site
05:46
+ People searches
2 lectures 08:23

https://www.blackbookonline.info/index.html

Black Book Online
04:54

https://cubib.com/search_results.php

Cubib
03:29
+ The Darkweb
2 lectures 18:20

In this video we will be talking about the darkweb, what it is, navigating it, tips and a demonstration.

The darkweb
05:57

What is the dark web, how to get there. Mobile, Onions, and Tor

Tor
12:23