Reddit

Basics

https://www.secjuice.com/reddit-osint-techniques/

Username/Picture

# Username and profile picture can help to identify cross platforms accounts
# Banner too


Posts

# Topic is a thread where the user is the original poster (Known as OP)
# Get topics for an user
https://www.reddit.com/user/REPLACEWITHUSERNAME/posts/

# Pay attention to the subreddits
# It can give information about interests

# Comments
https://www.reddit.com/user/REPLACEWITHUSERNAME/comments/
# Deleted content
# You can use services like removeddit to check for deleted content

# Original thread
https://www.reddit.com/r/algotrading/comments/cr7jey/ive_reproduced_130_research_papers_about/

# Deleted content
https://www.removeddit.com/r/algotrading/comments/cr7jey/ive_reproduced_130_research_papers_about/
https://www.ceddit.com/r/algotrading/comments/cr7jey/ive_reproduced_130_research_papers_about/

# Colors indicates if removed by user or moderator
# Username may not be visible on the online version but could be on removed content
# Flairs can provide additional informations
# A user’s flair differs depending on how it is set up within each subreddit they post within

Profile

# Display name can be changed over time
# Can be good to check/monitor
# Karma points are upvote/downvote given by people on topic/comments
# Some subreddits may be difficult to post in with negative karma

# Negative Karma can be usefull to identify troll accounts
# Cake day is the creation day for each accounts
# Recent cake day + bad karma can be troll accounts
# Trophies
https://www.reddit.com/trophies
# Connected accounts can be available
# Twitter mostly
# Moderators of these communities
# Most of the time
# - Forums the user have created
# - Forums the user have invested LOT of time in