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2022 Yearly archive

Justin Welsh is an experienced internet entrepreneur, meanwhile offering boutique advisory services for other entrepreneurs. He compiled a list of tools he uses himselves:

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The magazine computerwoche.de published a list of handy Open Source Intelligence Tools, incl.:

  • Maltego – comprehensive tool for graphical link analyses that offers real-time data mining and information gathering, as well as the representation of this information on a node-based graph, making patterns and multiple order connections between said information easily identifiable
  • Recon-ng – gathering tool aimed at reducing the time spent harvesting information from open sources
  • theHarvester – emails, subdomains and names Harvester
  • Shodan – world’s first search engine for Internet-connected devices
  • Metagoofil – metadata harvester
  • searchcode – search 75 billion lines of code from 40 million projects
  • SpiderFoot – automates OSINT so one can find what matters, faster
  • Babel X – discover and decipher geographically diverse, multilingual data into actionable insights in real time, babel street’s platform helps interpret real-time data, so one can make clear, decisive decisions that impact any mission
  • Mitaka – browser extension for OSINT search
  • BuiltWith – search tech stack of specific websites
  • Wappalyzer – find the technology stack of any website
  • DarkSearch.io – self-declared “first real” “dark web” “search engine” (yet, no longer publicly available)
  • Grep.app – tool for searches across git repos

The list seems compiled from pcwdld.com, where more detailed descriptions of each tool can be found.

Furthermore, the OSINT Framework helps gathering information from free tools or resources by providing a very good overview of available applications, platforms, methods etc.

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Open-Source Winforms application for uploading files to VirusTotal (virustotal.com): github.com/SamuelTulach/VirusTotalUploader.

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[German] Large collection of Outlook Tools and Add-ins, for mails, calendar, contacts, security/virus scanning, and more: outlook-stuff.com/tools.html.

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Several tools can help to check the risk for your emails to be qualified as SPAM.

Microsoft Smart Network Data Services (SNDS)

SNDS is a free service Microsoft offers to senders that provides high-level insight on how subscribers rate the email they receive as well as the health of an IP address as viewed by the Outlook.com system. SNDS provides data based on actual email sent to Outlook.com subscribers. The metrics include:

  • Spam complaints
  • SmartScreen filter results
  • Spam trap hits

SNDS data can help improve your understanding of how the Outlook.com filters and users rate your email: sendersupport.olc.protection.outlook.com/snds.

Mail-Tester

Free tool to check newsletter’s and email’s SPAM score and quality: mail-tester.com.

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MindProbe is a server to host online experiments. This server runs the open-source software JATOS, which is compatible with several free software packages for developing online experiments, including OpenSesame/ OSWeb, jsPsych, and Lab.JS. MindProbe is sponsored by ESCOP, with Journal of Cognition as their official journal. MindProbe is free: mindprobe.eu.

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