Searching Someone

Resources

# GREAT resources containing different graphs and processes
# to investigate based on what you have
https://medium.com/@Peter_UXer/osint-how-to-find-information-on-anyone-5029a3c7fd56
https://medium.com/week-in-osint/getting-a-grasp-on-googleids-77a8ab707e43
https://www.aware-online.com/en


Searching People

# Very good and accurate tool
# You can search by name, reverse phone or reverse address
https://www.truepeoplesearch.com/

# Good search engine, different kinds of data
https://webmii.com/

# Kinda amazing resource
# Finding company related data about a person
https://aleph.occrp.org

# Dead people registry (EU)
https://deces.matchid.io

# French search engine for dead people
https://www.deces-en-france.fr/
# 118218 for France is very good
# Reverse dict
https://www.118712.fr/
https://i-sight.com/resources/101-osint-resources-for-investigators/

# You can use many online resources to search for people by name, phone number, etc..

RocketReach - Search for many informations about peoples (free plan, 3/month)

Ancestry - Search for genealogy
Filae - Search for genealogy, family, relationships...
Infobel - Search worldwide people (white pages, yellow pages etc, you can find relations by name)
MarketVisual - Map a company organization chart
Numberway - Way to find others resources to get phone numbers
Pipl - Search engines only for people
Spokeo - Search for people information (only in USA)
Usersearch - Search engine tool to find someone using pseudo/username
Webmii - Search engine that compiles information on one person

# Search by photo
Tineye

# Search on communities and blogs (reddit...)


Naming Conventions

https://twitter.com/MwOsint/status/1255060809656532995

# When researching for someone from foreign country
# They might use different naming conventions

# Guide to understand that for various cultures
https://www.fbiic.gov/public/2008/nov/Naming_practice_guide_UK_2006.pdf