Open Source Intelligence OSINT (The Cyber Underground)

Open-source intelligence (OSINT) is defined by the U.S. Intelligence Community as information that is publicly available and gathered from radio, television, newspapers, commercial databases, electronic mail, or portable electronic media. OSINT is tremendously useful when hackers need to gather the names and biographical information of relevant employees (CEO, CFO, accounts receivable and payable, etc.), in […]
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