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Welcome to ProjPM, ProjHastings, ProjSwartz: orientation and research / communication tools

Feb 2nd, 2021 (edited)
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  1. Welcome! MARAT initiate has launched three concurrent projects:
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  3. 1. ProjPM (Twitter: @ProjPM Facebook: @ProjPM)
  4. The crowd-sourced research effort ProjPM, our relaunched iteration of the original Project PM outfit that was successfully taken out of commission by the United States government and its partners after the arrest and imprisonment of founder Barrett Brown in 2012.
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  6. More info:
  7. https://pastebin.com/4qtDZ9QK
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  9. 2. ProjHastings (Twitter: @ProjHastings Facebook: @ProjHastings)
  10. Named for late US journalist and press critic Michael Hastings, and focused on identifying and documenting demonstrable malfeasance by news outlets across the world.
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  12. More info:
  13. https://pastebin.com/BR1qtT9L
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  15. 3. ProjSwartz (Twitter: (removed from Twitter on 14 Oct, 2021 by the so-called founder of Anonymous) Facebook: @ProjSwartz)
  16. Named for the late US information activist Aaron Swartz, and focused on identifying and publicly cataloging law enforcement agents and law enforcement collaborators who illicitly target activists, along with the overlapping networks of far-right agitators who do so via online venues.
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  18. More info:
  19. https://pastebin.com/dMPLwbni
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  23. Communication / collaboration
  24. - Our primary form of unclassified communication is in our IRC channels on Anonops, in the following three channels:
  25. #ProjPM
  26. #ProjHastings
  27. #ProjSwartz
  28. #MaratReview
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  30. Instructions on how to connect to Anonops IRC is in this document:
  31. https://newblood.anonops.com/basics.html
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  34. More secure and private interaction is on an IRC server on the .onion network. Connection instructions is described in this document:
  35. https://paste.debian.net/1183780
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  38. Our research is shared with the public via the following wiki:
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  40. http://www.projectpm.wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page
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  42. Along your journeys you may find yourself invited to a number of more private and focused chats on other platforms. There's benefit in acquiring and installing the following apps:
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  44. Signal messenger
  45. https://signal.org/
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  47. Element / Matrix messenger
  48. https://element.io/
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  50. Telegram messenger
  51. https://telegram.org/
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  54. Citizen Journalist and Activist Best Practices
  55. The following brief videos capture the essential information necessary to perform at an elevated level:
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  57. Recipe for High-Performing Holons / Hives:
  58. https://archive.org/details/holonic_recipe_for_high_performance
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  60. Humor and inside jokes as a basis for highly-secure, high-context multi-factor authentication
  61. https://archive.org/details/humor-as-basis-for-mfa
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  63. Omnichannel Basics: seamless coordinated C3 ops across multiple channels (including real-world activism)
  64. https://archive.org/details/omnichannel-basics-final
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  66. DTN Delay Tolerance Under Radio Silence
  67. https://archive.org/details/hiding-in-plain-sight-trash-graffiti-humor
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  69. DTN Delay Tolerance Under Radio Silence
  70. https://archive.org/details/dtn-delay-tolerance-under-radio-silence
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  74. Research tools
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  76. The following sites, tools, and technologies have proven beneficial in our research efforts. Some are ready-to-use; some require a paid subscription; some require installation and configuration on your own computer system.
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  78. Smat
  79. Searches for terms or phrases across multiple platforms over a period of time, so researchers can get a sense of when terms were first introduced, and at what point in time were they used with what frequency (Reddit, Gab, Parler, 4chan, 8kun, Win Communities, Poal, Telegram, and Gettr)
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  81. https://www.smat-app.com/
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  83. Cryptome
  84. Unauthorized disclosures of secrets are essential for democracy
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  86. http://cryptome.org/
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  88. Open Corporates
  89. The largest open database of companies in the world
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  91. https://opencorporates.com/
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  93. Atlas of Surveillance
  94. Documenting Police Tech in Our Communities with Open Source Research
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  96. https://atlasofsurveillance.org/
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  99. Been Verified
  100. Unlimited People, Vehicle, Property and Contact Info.
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  102. http://beenverified.com/
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  105. White Pages
  106. General info (phone number, address, criminal records, associates, etc) (paid)
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  108. https://www.whitepages.com
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  111. Little Sis
  112. Who knows who within businesses
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  114. https://littlesis.org/
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  116. OCCRP Aleph
  117. The global archive of research material for investigative reporting. OCCRP Aleph is an investigative data platform that helps reporters follow the money. We provide public access to a vast archive of government records and open databases. For journalists, we also grant access to an archive of informal, leaked material.
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  119. https://aleph.occrp.org/
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  122. Blackbook Online
  123. A search engine for public records archives and sub-searches around the country.
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  125. https://www.blackbookonline.info/
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  128. Intelligence X
  129. Works with selectors, i.e. specific search terms such as email addresses, domains, URLs, IPs, CIDRs, Bitcoin addresses, IPFS hashes, etc.
  130. Searches in places such as the darknet, document sharing platforms, whois data, public data leaks and others.
  131. Keeps a historical data archive of results, similar to how the Wayback Machine from archive.org stores historical copies of websites.
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  133. https://intelx.io/
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  136. Duck Duck Go
  137. Alternative to Google, which can pre-filter results
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  139. https://duckduckgo.com/
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  142. Searx
  143. Metadata search
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  145. https://searx.me/
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  148. TinEye
  149. Reverse image search
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  151. https://tineye.com/
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  154. Shodan
  155. A search engine for the Internet of Things
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  157. https://www.shodan.io/
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  160. Check User Names
  161. For hunting user names across multiple social platforms
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  163. http://checkusernames.com/
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  166. Knowem
  167. Search user names across social media platforms
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  169. https://knowem.com/
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  172. View DNS
  173. Collect and examine information about web and internet domains
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  175. http://www.viewdns.info/
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  178. Research platforms (ready to use)
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  180. The Kit
  181. https://kit.exposingtheinvisible.org/en/
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  184. Toolkit maintained by one of our members (based upon Maltego)
  185. https://start.me/p/1kEjjl/home-page
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  188. Patriot Map
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  190. Link to a large number of "patriot" sites, resources, etc
  191. https://linktr.ee/PatriotMap
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  195. Tools / Technologies (these may need to be downloaded, installed, configured, and maintained - advanced)
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  197. Instant Data Scraper
  198. Extracts data from web pages and exports it as Excel or CSV files
  199. Instant Data Scraper is an automated data extraction tool for any website. It uses AI to predict which data is most relevant on a HTML page and allows saving it to Excel or CSV file (XLS, XLSX, CSV).
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  201. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/instant-data-scraper/ofaokhiedipichpaobibbnahnkdoiiah/related?hl=en-US
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  204. Twint
  205. Twint is an advanced Twitter scraping tool written in Python that allows for scraping Tweets from Twitter profiles without using Twitter's API.
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  207. https://github.com/twintproject/twint
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  210. OSINT framework
  211. A visual directory, source map, and explorer for OSINT sources and utilities.
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  213. https://osintframework.com/
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  216. Xray
  217. Gather info about domains
  218. https://github.com/evilsocket/xray
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  221. Awesome-osint
  222. https://github.com/jivoi/awesome-osint
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  225. OSINT-collection
  226. Portfolio of free tools
  227. https://github.com/Ph055a/OSINT-Collection
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  230. Bellingcat Investigation toolkit
  231. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18rtqh8EG2q1xBo2cLNyhIDuK9jrPGwYr9DI2UncoqJQ/edit#gid=930747607
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  234. Maltego
  235. An extraordinary research platform; aggregates and synthesizes how people are connected to others, plus some
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  237. https://www.maltego.com/
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  240. The Harvester
  241. Collects and syntheses emails, subdomains, names, etc
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  243. https://github.com/laramies/theHarvester
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  246. Ghunt
  247. Finding YouTube channels from email
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  249. https://github.com/mxrch/GHunt
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