Been thinking about if to write this article for a long time, pondering the benefits versus the potential costs of what I’m about to write. Everything that will be illustrated here is available in the public domain and most of it has been so for well over a decade now. Been battled on this as […]
On March 23 the Jerusalem Post published an article titled : “Israeli doctor in Italy: We no longer help those over 60” The whole article is based on the report from an Israeli M.D. Gai Peleg working in Parma (Northern Italy). Here the portion of the article relevant to the headline “Peleg said that, from […]
One of the main purposes of OSINTEditor is to get more people into the world of OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) and more importantly get them being constructive. Geolocation is among the most popular OSINT techniques and in this article I will try to guide you through some basic but fundamental concepts, tools and techniques. The […]
With the recently published “Letter dated 27 January 2020 from the Panel of Experts on Yemen addressed to the President of the Security Council“ we can finally have a better picture, at least one from less biased eyes, of what has happened in Yemen across 2019. The “Letter” is published every year in late January […]
How to use it To illustrate some of the tool workings and in general suggest ways to use it in your researches, I’m going to guide you through a fast research over the Persian Gulf area, specifically we will check if as consequence of the August 17 and September 14 attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure, […]
While checking for Patriot activity in South Korea I stumbled on the interesting increase of interferences in the seas surrounding Japan. This pushed me to investigate a little further to isolate the potential sources for them. Hyūga class helicopter destroyers The vessels (2) which became operational in the late first decade of 2000 saw the […]
A research into radar caused interferences over the Mediterranean Sea as revealed by SENTINEL-1 C-SAR data.
This article wants to be some kind of introduction to the technique first discovered and exposed by Harel Dan in his Medium post from 2018 (highly recommended read) which involves using the publicly available SENTINEL-1 satellites data to detect and locate powerful sources of radio frequencies in (some of) the C band. We will also […]
The eastern Mediterranean Sea has been living some intense years due to the multiple conflicts in the area. The Syrian and Libyan civil wars and the Israeli / Palestinian “situation” are the most gruesome and active, but many other, less “kinetic” situations exist. Among this less known, tense but (up till now) military-less confrontations there […]
5GIT is a tool developed in Google Earth Engine that uses SENTINEL-1 satellite data to isolate strong radio signal sources operating close to the 5.5 Ghz frequency on which the satellites CSAR sensors operate (CSAR stands for C band Synthetic Aperture Radar).