Below is a list of tools that I use daily, I think they may be of use to many of you in your efforts
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Powerful tool to reverse hashes of a variety. PM/Comment if you have a copy of the pro version
Use this download whole websites and sites they link to, advanced tool. BE FUCKING CAREFUL WITH THIS TOOL THERE ARE CLEARNET LINKS TO C-P IN THE DB AND THESE USERS SOCIAL MEDIA. You have been warned.
Username comparison across many sites, use this to find retards reusing the same nick
if you have user and password https://twitter.com/settings/account
https://github.com/duplikey/instatake instagram downloader
https://github.com/meshko/scrapers generic scrapper, like ripme, ripeme is probably better
https://github.com/4pr0n/ripme powerful, well maintained image downloader for many many sites be careful, know exactly what youre downloading before you download
Use these so websites don't know where you're connecting from, also to evade MITM attacks and government censorship. Google around and look for one that meets your needs. If it's free it's probably selling your data or mining your data, be careful. I'm not making a recommendation on VPNs.
https://www.torproject.org/ please don't torrent, stream or download large files over tor. the network can't handle it.
compression and 256aes encryption
http://www.outguess.org/detection.php I can't reach this site now but its probably just my internet connection
Can anyone recommend any other tools or better tools than the ones I listed?
Also google reverse image search: https://www.google.com/intl/es419/insidesearch/features/images/searchbyimage.html
Instructions at link, or click try it now and copypaste a hotlink to an image
(In Chrome and Firefox with google set as your default browser right click on an image and click search with google)
Other image analysis tools
Sites for basic exif data:
Forensic image analysis:
Exif location data:
@spaceanon shared some very impressive and invaluable resources
When it comes to looking for site specific overhead and ground level images, these tools are good for investigating.
Bing Maps, take advantage of Streetside view since it is different image data than Google's streetview
Google Maps/Earth, everyone knows these two, but make sure you utilize the time slider in Google Earth as well as in StreetView, it can be very telling
Bing Maps Birds Eye, the oblique views are no longer available in the normal Bing Maps interface, but you can use this developer API interface to still view the oblique view imagery
Open Street Map, since this is community developed (not corporate), it has a lot of geo-information that is not available in the standard mapping portals. For example, GPS traces of people who have walked and drove around, as well as details about buildings and businesses not always found other places
USGS Hazards Data Distribution System, one in a while this is useful because it posts natural and man-made disaster image data (aerial and satellite acquired) for first responders, as well as overhead and ground level image data for various DHS and DoD training exercises. Note: requires free account and login
Leaving out anything Apple or iOS specific since I don't own that hardware and there doesn't appear to be a web interface to Apple Maps
Facial recognition websites, software, and SDKs: