OSINT: Open-Source Intelligence
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
- How your own information online could be used against you.
- You will learn Linux basics, and how to setup your own virtual lab.
- Various tools and the use cases for each
- A computer (prefered), smartphone, or tablet with a internet connection. 8 gb memory and 40 gb of hdd to follow along with the VM
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.
This course is designed to be beginner friendly and also help educate experienced individuals alike with a easy to follow and practical approach. Your safety is also important as we explore the use of sock puppets, a Linux virtual machine and more.
Worried about out of date content? I have gone through updating the content as things change, become obsolete, I find new cool tools, or techniques. These updates are free along with the bonus content.
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.
Over 21 years of IT experience
Designed, programmed and published games on: Android, Chrome, PC, Windows phone, Windows OS, OSX, and Linux
I've been through the CEH 8, 9, 11 courses, digital forensics and more.
C|OSINT Certified, CWA, Certified Accredited Configuration Engineer (ACE), CISP, Metasploit certified, among other engineering, network security, and other certifications.
Published Security articles on Cybrary , Hackin9, and eForensics Magazine and published contracted courses for EC Council Code Red.
After years of experience in the IT industry and a long time gamer we got together and said, "Hey why don't we start making our own mobile and PC games?" and thus Disposable Games Studio was born back in 2010. We set out on a mission to build games and apps for gamers, IT professionals, and every day people. Apps and games that we ourselves would use. We have also given talks and training on OSINT and ethical hacking. We are passionate about training and security.