Dataset Search enables users to find datasets stored across the Web through a simple keyword search. The tool surfaces information about datasets hosted in thousands of repositories across the Web, making these datasets universally accessible and useful.
“Tap into real search expertise, from real people across the world, through the first human search engine. Post detailed, categorical searches, be understood, and get relevant results curated by human beings, not robots”. (source: Digle home page)
“Pastebin is a popular website for storing and sharing text. Though it’s mostly used for distributing legitimate data, it seems to be frequently used as a public repository of stolen information, such as network configuration details and authentication records.” SOURCE:https://zeltser.com/
“With Trovando you only need enter keywords once, to access and compare results from 250+ search engines across 10 categories (Web, Images, Reference, Tag, News, Price, Blogs, AudioVideo, Torrent, URL), by simply clicking on the engine’s name. “
“In the custom section you can add 3300+ search engine from mycroft archives, and save the customization with a bookmarklet, without registration.”
About MIDASearch – MIDASearch is my own pet project that I started in 2012 as an aid for mine and my colleagues OSINT research. In 2017 I released it as an open free to use OSINT resource website. Today MIDASearch contains over 2,000 OSINT sites / tools, a custom Meta Data Intel Search Engine, a lite version of MIDASearch for quick access to open source information (OSINF) gathering and an electronic pinboard conataining OSINT guides and articles from expert third-party proffesionals.
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Definition of OSINT from the FT.com/Lexicon – Intelligence created from public or open source information, including that published in the media, or legislation, annual reports, or directories, or available from conferences, theses, studies, websites, photographic satellites, or maps, among others. It is open knowledge, which differs from closed-access or clandestine knowledge. Click here to view the Compass Security OSINT Cheat Sheet.