#OSINT Tool Tuesday

It’s a new year and with it a new series of OSINT tools to help with your workflow. This year I’m going to start doing 3 tools per week because my backlog is so deep. Let’s get started.

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The first #OSINT tool is actually a utility I wrote in Python called RSScalator. It lets you take a list of URLs in a CSV and check if they have an RSS feed. If one exists, it saves that feed URL to a new CSV. Great for building data feeds!


The second #OSINT tool is called Download All Images. It’s a browser extension that collects all images on a page and saves them to a zip file. It works really well on Google Images but also works on Instagram.


The third #OSINT tool is called CRX Viewer. It allows you to view the source code of any Chrome extension on the Chrome Web Store (also on Firefox). This is good for reverse engineering Chrome apps but also for checking extensions for security.


Remember #OSINT != tools. Tools help you plan and collect data, but the end result of that tool is not OSINT. You have to analyze, receive feedback, refine, and produce a final, actionable product of value before you can call it intelligence.

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