Course Curriculum

  • 1

    The Challenge

    • Introduction and overview

    • Instructions

    • The Brief

    • Question 1

    • Question 2

    • Question 3

    • Question 4

    • Question 5

    • Question 6

    • Question 7

    • Question 8

    • Question 9

    • Question 10

    • Question 11

    • Question 12

    • Question 13

    • Question 14

    • Question 15

    • Question 16

    • Question 17

    • Question 18

    • Question 19

    • Question 20

    • Question 21

    • Question 22

    • Question 23

    • Question 24

    • Question 25

    • Question 26

    • Question 27

    • Question 28

    • Question 29

    • Question 30

    • Question 31

    • Question 32

    • Question 33

    • Question 34

    • Question 35 Bonus

About the instructor

Wizard of OSINT

Andy F1

My name is Andrew Fordred a Namibian and a Formula 1 fanatic (AndyF1 your first lesson in OSINT: username) but equally passionate about OSINT.My career began in law enforcement with the Crime Intelligence Services of the South African police focusing on terrorism and organised crime, and later was employed in a number of corporate positions.12 years on in 2005 I started my own business.  It was from here that I became massively interested in developing open source investigations in support of due diligence, criminal investigations, and providing intelligence services. I spent many hours developing different techniques and exploring a variety of tools (setting up a VM used to be quite intimidating let alone trying to understand Kali) to extract data from that big open source aka “the internet”, complementing almost any form of investigation or research.Today, not only am I associated with some of the best in the industry but also use python for OSINT collection, tools such as opensearchserver, Kali Linux, Maltego (authorised trainer), Hunchly and others.  The journey hasn’t been easy, the industry is fast paced and it’s hard to keep up.This is my opportunity to share my knowledge with my students, to support you through this journey and help you develop some incredible skills for effective and powerful open source investigations.

What others have been saying about this course:

5 star rating

Great Pratice

Timothy LaRocque

This is the best real-life-like scenario I have come across thus far! I have only reached the fourth question because the other questions are so challenging...

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This is the best real-life-like scenario I have come across thus far! I have only reached the fourth question because the other questions are so challenging. Who knows, I may looking into the questions too much and going further then I need to, but that is part of the challenge: what documentation is required? I better catch everything and sort it out later!!! The first question is not too difficult to understand, but to derive the correct answer from the evidence one must take many simple things into consideration; it is a perfect beginning challenge that definitely sets the bar. I had to stop the challenge so that I could take the Base Camp course, just so I can learn the trick-of-the -trade that will make my investigating more productive. This is the type of OSINT Challenge I have been searching for!

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5 star rating

OSINT

hanof naif

Open source intelligence go through investigation from A to Z to build up big Picture in world of cybercrime &threats etc....

Open source intelligence go through investigation from A to Z to build up big Picture in world of cybercrime &threats etc....

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5 star rating

Regolare

Stefano Cioce

Regolare very good

Regolare very good

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