On February 17 2021 a large oil slick reached Israeli beaches with no clear origin. The spill affected over 90% of Israel coasts and was by all means an ecological disaster which would take years to fully recover from. Investigations where immediately launched, rumours begun spreading, and wrong allegations where made. Then, three weeks after […]
The first “Tanker War” At the height of the Iran-Iraq war in 1984, Saddam Hussein’s Iraq lead a coalition which included Kuwait and Saudi Arabia in a series of attacks against Iranian commercial vessels tied to its oil industry. These vessels were mainly tankers. Iran did not take long to reply in kind, starting […]
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 […]
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, […]
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).