Qwarie

mSIS is a multi-source investigation solution with OSINT/i3 research functionality, with a templated Evidence Report feature


Recent Updates To Our Website & Training

This page will be updated with details of any new OSINT / i3 techniques and resources and any new links to useful sites that we have added to our website.


29th March 2020
Next month we will be launching our training as a Distance Learning Package, so people can take the full course in the own time and at home.

28th March 2020
This one is from @osintcombine
Just added a www.whatsmyname.app to the Social Media Search Sites section on the People Search Sites page of our website. whatsmyname allows you to search a number of sites for a username.

27th March 2020
Just made some changes to the Hacked Email & Online Accounts section on the Email page of our website, where you can check to see if an email address has been hacked / breached and the details offered for sale on the Dark Web etc.

18th March 2020
Just added a few more sties to the African & Nigerian Related Sites section on the General Social Media page of our website. Including African Zone & Nairaland.

17th March 2020
We are now going to concentrate on delivering our training material as a Distance Learning Package, so people can take the course in the own time and at home, please Email us for details.

16th March 2020
Added some new links to the Missing & Wanted People section on the Favorites page of our website, which can be used to search for people listed as Missing and Wanted by various Law Enforcement organisations around the world.

10th March 2020
Added some new links to the Mobile Emulators section on the Messenger Apps & Others page of our website, which can be used to run smartphone apps on your computer, which is useful when tracing online accounts for people.

4th March 2020
Added some new links to the IP Grabbers section on the Favorites page of our website, which can be used when sending a private message to someone online, to try to identify their IP Address.

2nd March 2020
Added a section on the Photo Related Sites page of our website with links on Has A Digital Image Been Altered / Manipulated / Photoshopped.

1st March 2020
Just added a couple of new slides to the Instagram section of our OSINT /i3 training.

February 2020
Giving a talk at a Digital Media Investigators event run by The Investigator Magazine. Email us if you would like us to give a talk at an event or a conference you are organising.

It seems there have been even more negative changes with Facebook, with the sites that were used to locate a User’s Facebook Account ID Number no longer working, so it is best to access it from the Source Code – details on the Facebook Account ID Number section of the Facebook page of our website.

www.getfbstuff.com - was added to the Download Facebook Videos section of the Facebook page of our website - getfbstuff allows you to download a video from Facebook, even if it is private

www.smallbusinesspro.co.uk - was added to the Company Related Sites page of our website - smallbusinesspro a site with useful details about EU & UK VAT Numbers

www.camopedia.org - was added to the Military section of the Favorites page of our website - camopedia can be used to identify the different camouflage patterns used by military forces in a country

www.receivesms.co - was added to the Receive Confirmation Texts With Free Online Disposable International Mobile Numbers & Linked Sites section of the Mobile & Phone Related page of our website - receivesms provides free access to a variety of international mobile numbers to receive confirmation texts

Gave a talk on using Open Source Intelligence in Investigations at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge.

Presentation At Anglia Ruskin University

Email us if you would like us to give a talk at an event or a conference you are organising.

Got an article on Browser Fingerprinting from Bill Hess at PixelPrivacy, which we've added to the Privacy page of our website - so click Here to read more about Browser Fingerprinting

www.gumroad.com - was added to the Hidden Data section of the Software page of our website - EXIFHound is a useful tool to display the available Exif Data in an image

This one is from @henkvaness
www.lampyre.io - was added to the Odd Ones section of the Software page of our website - lampyre is a useful tool for searching email addresses & mobile phone numbers, linking them to various online sites & accounts, with a handy guide produced by @henkvaness available Here

www.emailsherlock.com - was added to the People Search Sites page of our website - emailsherlock is an email search site, which checks a number of sites but displays the email addresses that have been recently searched and sometimes contacts them as well

This one is from @PaulMyersBBC
www.skopenow.com - was added to the People Search Sites page of our website - skopenow is a useful paid for people search site


January 2020
Just added a section on Off-Facebook Activity to our training module on Facebook.

www.distill.io - was added to the Website Monitoring section of the AddOns page of our website - distill seems a good way to track / monitor websites and pages for changes, to get email alerts, push notifications and slack/discord alerts on changes. It’s available as an addon / extension with both free & paid for options

www.ufind.name - was added to the People Search Sites page of our website - ufind is a people search site but is quite USA focused

This one is from @Haaxmax
www.webmii.com - was added to the People Search Sites page of our website - webmii is a people search site, looking mostly at social media posting

www.emojipedia.org - was added to the Translation Sites section on the Favorites page - emojipedia is an emoji reference website, which lists the different meanings and common usage of emoji characters, as well as showing how emoji's look different from different services & providers


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