FOREIGN SEARCHING PRACTICES: HOW TO FIND INFORMATION IN A LANGUAGE AND PLACE FAR AWAY
Does your target lead you to foreign places and foreign languages? Is the language not your native tongue? What if the country is not ‘friends’ with the country you are searching from? This presentation will provide an overview of how to search in a non-native, sometimes entirely unfamiliar, language to triage information. Users will learn how to change some software to look like their searches are being done from a different country. This presentation will discuss how to get started searching in a language that is not a native tongue and discuss how to organize to search in foreign languages. It will help identify how to refine search and language sets for Google dorking. Strategies to increase data accuracy and confidence will be discussed.
- How to organize and search in a foreign language unknown to the analyst
- How to get better regionalized OSINT data from fire-walled countries
- Methodologies to double-check triaged data