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Welcome to the

OsintOps Project

[Ante Scientia Sapientia]

Why OsintOps

The real reason why we decided to start the OsintOps Project is because Open Source Intelligence is an increasingly important part of our world.

Nowadays the world is more connected than ever before, thanks to the internet and social media. This means that there is a huge amount of information available to us, but it can be hard to make sense of it all. OSINT can help us sort through this data and find the most relevant and useful information.

OSINT can also be used to help identify and prevent security threats. In an age of cybercrime and terrorism, having access to accurate and up-to-date information is critical.

By providing resources and a community for people interested in OSINT, projects like OsintOps help make this information more accessible and useful for everyone.

OsintOps Team

Alessandro Rossetti

OsintOps Creator / Editor

Sandro is interested in CTI and Osint by day, reads and blogs by night. He lives and works in Rome. He is the one with a fixation on language (and that says it all!) who corrects and puts his hand to almost every article that is published on this blog.

Alessandro Rella

OsintOps Creator / Editor

Cybersecurity & Digital Forensics Expert, specialized in Mobile and Web Forensics and passionate about OSINT, Cryptocurrency/Blockchain Forensics and Python. He is also a trainer for several courses on Digital/Mobile Forensics and Osint, through which he never stops learning.

Paolo Dal Checco

OsintOps Core-Team / Editor

Digital Forensics Expert, daily involved in mobile, network, web and digital forensics in general, interested in blockchain intelligence since ransomware poke out with cryptocurrency ransom payements, he's now doing research on tools and protocols for safely managing coins, altcoins, tokens and NFT in judicial cases.


OsintOps Core-Team / Editor

Curious about everything. He is a cryptocurrency forensic analyst and Dark Web explorer. In the free time he develops Linux distros and codes with Python.

Francesco Poldi

OsintOps Core-Team / Editor

πŸ”πŸ‘€ Senior Open Source Intelligence Developer and Researcher.

πŸ”‘πŸ‘€ Privacy is a Human Right.

Riccardo Tani

OsintOps Core-Team / Editor

Official OPSEC Guru of the AnuBitux project, with 20+ years of experience in the cyber-physical security domain, he's now developing the next generation of OSINT and WebForensics solutions.

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A new OsintOps Logo

We’re thrilled to share this new look with you.

The central eye represents how fundamental the topic of open source intelligence is, today more than ever.

The two side trails represent our mission in sharing knowledge, as we have assimilated and developed it over years of study and application, using the wide range of open source tools and techniques to reach and uncover data.