Open Source Network Tools for Investigations 

What is Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)? Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) is defined as data and information that is collected legally from open and publicly available resources. Obtaining the information doesn’t require any type of secretive method and is retrieved in a manner that is legal and meets copyright requirements.  The Internet has all the information […]

Craigs List Fraud & Scams

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock you have heard of Craigslist. Craigslist is a great resource for selling things, finding apartments and jobs, locating services and meeting people. Most of the time transactions go smoothly and both seller and buyer are satisfied with the Craigslist experience. But lately more and more people are being […]

Social Media and its Impact on Divorce

Studies have shown a link between social media use and a decrease in people’s quality of marriage Can you name one person in your family, or among your friends, or peers at work that does not have a Facebook account?  I seriously doubt it. Chances are much greater that they all have Twitter, Instagram, and […]

Do You Speak Emoji?

Emojis are now a part of our culture and are being used as a way to communicate everything from emotions to soliciting drugs. Marketers are going as far as to mine emojis in social media the same way they mine data; to determine the emotion behind a brand. Some speculate it will morph into a […]