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Welcome to the first episode of December 2020! With big list of tips on tools, sharing knowledge about KML, shadows and social media.

Just one more episode to go before my monthly leave kicks in, and so many great articles and links have been shared the last week! It feels like everybody is sharin...

The last stretch before the holidays, with another weekly newsletter with some nifty tools and nice tips!

It is almost time for me to take my yearly break again, so this feels a bit like the last little sprint til the end of the year. So many links that have passed my eyes this year, so many aweso...

The last newsletter before taking a long break, with some new articles, tutorials and sites for you to play with!

As stated in last week's newsletter, I'm going to enjoy a little break. Every year I'm taking some time off during the holidays and Christmas, and this year is no exception. I want to...

From geolocation to hate symbols, and from GIS information to YouTube in this small update.

Hello and welcome to one of the last Week in OSINT's for a while. Next week will be the last episode before I am taking a break for a couple of weeks. I usually do that around summer and Christmas, and I'm...

Articles, tools and tips, your usual weekly OSINT overview to start your week.

Hello and welcome to June! This time I had some more time to dive into the news of last week, so here are some interesting topics I managed to dig up for you from the last couple of days:

  • Runnaroo
  • TikTok
  • More Ti...
A short news section, followed by a new section in this weekly news letter.

Hello readers, welcome to the Monday! I didn’t have a lot of time finding loads of new resources, most of it due to the fact I had some issues getting into a new routine by working from home. But the routine is here and I’...

Some tips on TikTok, ClustrMaps, curiosity, curating data and comprehensive scans.

It's been quite a week again, with some very interesting information being shared online. There were some good articles, some new sources and tips being shared. So it's time to dive into last week's links:

  • TikTo...
There aren’t an awful lot of movies or series where open source investigations play a major role, but I did manage to find some. So in case you want to spend some time watching something nice during the holidays, here are my personal recommendations.