Within OSINT and SOCMINT, Twitter has always been a stable source of data. Both for local and international news, and for mapping networks, for example. Troubling for investigators is the new direction Twitter is taking. Read more

When conducting investigations on social media platforms, we usually think of the well-known platforms such as Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. A platform that is often forgotten is VKontakte. Read more 

The dark web is an obscure, shady place on the internet. With the right investigation methods and analyses, it is possible to find very relevant information for your investigation. But where can you find this information? Read more

Soon after the introduction of blockchain technology, users had a collective desire to anonymise transactions. However, by using the right analysis methods and tools, it is possible to follow a trail. Read more

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