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Your weekly newsletter with some onions, passwords, searches and other things I've spotted over the last week.

What a week it has been! Besides being busy with work I really wanted to finally start some research with a small team of people, I came up with another personal project on a specific soc...

From deep fakes to threat intel, here is another week with a new bunch of links from the world of OSINT.

Sadly enough I haven't been able to test out every tool this week, especially the threat intel tool looks very interesting to me. I've always worked in IT and the field of IT security will alwa...

Here we are again, with some beautiful bangs, facial features, sources for socks and valuable VPN's.

Welcome to the Monday with another set of interesting topics, articles and tips. I'm really grateful for people tagging me on Twitter, or sharing links in Slack channels and chat rooms. So many gre...

Sometimes things don't go as planned, like a new blog post I was writing last year, but the post got scrapped. I found something that I didn't expect and ethics won in that case, since I think it was the right thing to do.

It was May 15, 2019 and I was writing the blog post cURL for the OSINT Cur...

The year 2020 has started, and Week in OSINT is back! Time to bring some tools, tips and tricks to your screen!

When I started this newsletter in May 2018, about 80 or so episodes ago, I couldn’t suspect what impact this would have on my life. Throughout the last two years I’ve been lucky to meet...

This story is about the time I found a flaw in a ticket site some time ago, but since I was extremely busy in 2018 I never got around to write it down. But I finally took the time to share a little story of how a badly configured website can be used to break into a house.
Using a popular agile project management tool to gather intelligence on companies

Last week I notified a friend, who works at the public broadcasting service in the Netherlands, that their Jira board was exposed to the internet. Shortly after my notification the complete board was pulled offline,...