Did you know that there is a collection of OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) and metrics analysis tools for cybersecurity created by a Romanian programmer named danieldurnea? This collection is called FBI Tools and posted on GitHub with open source code. So what is FBI Tools? Let’s find out through this article!
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FBI Tools is an open source project on GitHub led by Danieldurnea – a Romanian programmer with a passion for cybersecurity and OSINT. He started the FBI Tools project in 2020, with the intention of sharing OSINT tools and resources to the cybersecurity community. FBI Tools stands for Forensics and Business Intelligence Tools.
OSINT stands for Open Source Intelligence, which means using public information sources to learn about an object, organization, event or phenomenon. OSINT can be applied to many different fields, such as security, military, business, education, journalism and more.
FBI Tools includes over 4000 tools and resources OSINT for collecting information and analyzing data related to network security in many different categories. Each category can include many different types of tools, such as websites, applications, libraries, and source code.
Users simply click a link to be taken to the website, application, library, or source code of the tool they want to use. In addition, FBI Tools also provides a brief description of the functions and uses of each tool, helping users to better understand the tool.
You can access the link HERE to explore thousands of useful FBI Tools:
This is a tool to collect information via email, such as IP address, domain name, SMTP server, etc. This tool can help you identify email senders, check the authenticity of emails, and discover potential threats. Related information.
A report on the FBI’s crime data discovery project, including statistics, charts, and analysis. This report gives you an overview of crime trends in the United States by different criteria, such as crime type, geography, time, etc.
A tool that collects information from different sources, such as Google, Bing, Shodan, Censys, etc. This tool can help you find information about a certain object, organization or event on the internet, such as IP addresses, domain names, web servers, network connection devices, etc.
This tool can help you recover deleted or hidden data on your or someone else’s Android device.
A tool to decrypt passwords stored in Mozilla files (Firefox / Thunderbird / Seabird). This tool can help you retrieve forgotten passwords or view other people’s passwords saved on Mozilla browsers or applications.
FBI Tools is a very useful archive for those interested in OSINT. It provides many tools and resources to help you gather information and analyze data effectively and accurately. Good luck!