OSINT Framework

Author: Martin Voelk
May 31, 2017

For everyone in need of Open Source Intelligence Gathering. This is an excellent list for intelligence. Also downloadable from Github.



Free Cyber Intelligence Report

Author: Martin Voelk
March 29, 2015

In April 2015 we have another free offer for interested U.S. businesses and U.S. government bodies.

We are giving away 10 basic Cyber Intelligence reports for interested businesses. The reports we create contain basic potential threat information which is of a concern to the client. The open source intelligence report contains:

  • Leaked information which is accessible online
  • Negative mentions of the business on Social Media
  • Misconfigured Internet facing resources which reveal sensitive information
  • Purposely leaked information on Paste Bins etc.

Please note:

Only open source and publicly available resources will be used to obtain information
The service is for businesses or government entities within the U.S. only (sorry no individuals or foreign businesses)
From April 1st we start taking enquiries around this free offer (Strictly first come, first serve)


March 25, 2015

We get engaged quite a lot around online investigations, cyber intelligence gathering and tasks like this. We work with law enforcement on a regular basis to help investigate in Cyber Space. It’s very exciting work to analyse origins, emails, monitoring twitter, Facebook and other social media. However, someone can get easily overwhelmed with the volume of tools out there and simple finding the right tools and methods to start.

For that reason we have compiled a little cheat sheet to help future online detectives to get started 🙂