OSINT framework focused on gathering information from free tools or resources. The intention is to help people find free OSINT resources. Some of the sites included might require registration or offer more data for $$$, but you should be able to get at least a portion of the available information for no cost.
I originally created this framework with an information security point of view. Since then, the response from other fields and disciplines has been incredible. I would love to be able to include any other OSINT resources, especially from fields outside of infosec. Please let me know about anything that might be missing!
Please visit the framework at the link below and good hunting!
(T) – Indicates a link to a tool that must be installed and run locally
(D) – Google Dork, for more information: Google Hacking
(R) – Requires registration
(M) – Indicates a URL that contains the search term and the URL itself must be edited manually
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Suggestions, Comments, Feedback
Feedback or new tool suggestions are extremely welcome! Please feel free to submit a pull request or open an issue on github or reach out on Twitter.
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For new resources, please ensure that the site is available for public and free use.
Update the arf.json file in the format shown below. If this isn’t the first entry for a folder, add a comma to the last closing brace of the previous entry.
OSINT Framework Website