OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) Social Engineering Course

OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) Social Engineering Course

OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) Social Engineering Course

Open source intelligence OSINT, social engineering, malware and private investigator course for absolute beginners.

Language: english

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Instructor(s): H Academy

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What you’ll learn

  • You will learn OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) in complete detail
  • You will learn methods of gathering information in OSINT
  • You will covers topics like passive reconnaissance vs. active reconnaissance
  • You will be able to learn methods for tracking organizations and employees
  • You will also learn crafting advanced search queries to find sensitive indexed information
  • You will also learn how to use DNS, RIRs and Dark Web for OSINT
  • and much more

 

Requirements

  • No requirements

 

Description

Welcome guys my name is Anwer Khan and I will be your instructor throughout this course. In this course I will talk straight to the point. Therefore, we will cover more in less time.

Now, have you ever Googled someone before a job interview, or used social media to find out more information about someone you were going to meet? As it turns out true, you can use these skills in ethical hacking and penetration testing to help profile your target and hack into an organization.

Open-source intelligence or OSINT is the first step you’ll need to become a successful penetration tester.  OSINT is the act of gathering and analyzing publicly available data for intelligence purposes.

OSINT is primarily used in national security, law enforcement, and business intelligence functions and is of value to analysts who use non-sensitive intelligence in answering classified, unclassified, or proprietary intelligence requirements across the previous intelligence disciplines.

Government agencies use automated OSINT tools, alongside other cybersecurity tools, to detect and prevent cyberattacks. Analysts utilize these tools to monitor surface web and dark web paste sites, discussion forums, and digital marketplaces to uncover any discussion of breached data and planned cyberattacks.

Why is OSINT important?

OSINT analysts are experts at finding and preventing threats to organizations. The range of online information that could harm your business is endless. Empowering a team to use OSINT tools and techniques will go a long way to ensuring your organization is a step ahead of online threats.

In this course, you’ll get a high level overview of OSINT and when to use it. We’ll cover topics like the difference between active and passive reconnaissance, ways of tracking organizations and employees that work there.

Some tools and methods to gather OSINT information from sources you’d expect like social media and the dark web, but also sources you might not expect like job posts and DNS records and a lot of that is collecting, analyzing, and turning OSINT data into actionable intelligence.

When you’re finished with this course, you’ll be able to immediately put OSINT to use.

I invite you to join me on this OSINT journey.

Let’s get started.

Thank you.


 

Who this course is for

  • Who wants to learn OSINT
  • Cybersecurity professionals, Hackers, Security team leaders
  • Law enforcement agencies, Investigators, National security professionals
  • Business intelligence functions team leaders
  • Anyone who is interested in security

 

Course content

  • Starting
    • What is OSINT
    • Understanding the value of OSINT
    • Passive reconnaissance
    • Active reconnaissance
    • Pros and Cons of different reconnaissance
    • OSINT sources
    • Anonymizer and VPN
  • Organizational OSINT
    • Locations, addresses and fingerprinting
    • Using breach data for OSINT
    • Using business records for OSINT
    • Job posts for OSINT
  • Employees
    • Using OSINT to find employees
    • OSINT to find phone numbers
    • Find email addresses
    • Using social media
    • Metadata from images
  • Technical OSINT
    • Using DNS
    • Crawling websites to gather OSINT data
    • Finding deleted information in web archives
    • Search engines for OSINT
    • Google hacking or dorking for OSINT
    • Dark web for OSINT
    • RIRs

 

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