I’ve been exposed to many technologies working for the CIA and the Air Force. ShadowDragon social media and online monitoring tools are the best ones that I’ve found to support a strong, legally defensible intelligence process.
With ShadowDragon’s SocialNet transforms, you can graph out connections across dozens of social networks with just one click. They are a must have for any investigator or hunter. It takes a lot of the time and effort out of pivoting on personal data.
SocialNet's ability to help map out a subject's online presence as well as identify connections between subjects has been incredibly valuable for our social media-related investigations.
Malnet and Socialnet are tremendous resources for incidents investigation. They allow for unparalleled pivoting, malicious infrastructure detection and categorization, and attribution. The Maltego transforms, online services access and data feeds enables fuller extraction of intelligence when investigating an attack or working with malicious artifacts.
I recently got the opportunity to use SocialNet during a human trafficking interdiction. What was once for me a manual and arduous process – i.e., navigate to first social network, search known data points of investigative target, document results, continue to next social network – became an embarrassingly easy single click. This tool doesn’t just save time. Using SocialNet for OSINT is an absolute game-changer.
I’ve just re-read your “Observations and Warnings for 2014…” document. It is one of the clearest, best and broadest analysis I’ve read of our ongoing (and increasingly dangerous) situation.
During the past two years, Packet Ninjas has supported the Detroit Crime Commission in their mission to support public safety in the City of Detroit.
The information technology tools and techniques received from Packet Ninjas have been indispensable in our efforts to assist law enforcement in Southeastern Michigan, especially in Detroit. The Detroit Crime Commission provides direct analytic support to the Detroit Police Department and without Packet Ninjas assistance our job would be more difficult.