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  • Reverse image lookup, good for FB intel, investigationsm, etc (Free, of course)

    Another useful tool I recently learned about for reverse image searching: Tineye.com

    You can either upload or input the image link of a picture you find on the internet and it will search for that image based upon a "fingerprint" Tineye creates and it will show you where else on the internet that image is found. It even works if the image is cropped or altered as long as it remains mostly the same. I use it to search the pictures of dope and guns posted by my local "E-thugs" to find out which ones are posting actual pictures they take versus something they found on the internet to boost their "E Thug" status. Of course there are numerous other ways that it could be useful: Child porn investigation, trying to identify someone from a picture, etc. And the best thing, 100% free.

    Hope at least one member gives it a shot.

    http://www.tineye.com
    Last edited by Georgetime; 04-20-2011, 07:35 AM.
    Be dangerous, and unpredictable... and make a lot of noise. - John Bush, Anthrax

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    Never head of such a thing. Should any response or further discussion be conducted on PM's. If E-thug google's this subject this thread will come up. Just a thought and be safe.
    "I do not fear the man who yells, I fear the man who doesn't"

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      With the cats I'm dealing with, they ain't that smart. If they were they could find it through Google anyway. Just wanted to spread the good word on a useful tool.
      Be dangerous, and unpredictable... and make a lot of noise. - John Bush, Anthrax

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        Ok; not that good of a computer user/buff. Be safe.
        "I do not fear the man who yells, I fear the man who doesn't"

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          Another really useful tool is EXIF data
          I have yet to successfully retrieve any. All the social networking sites strip the EXIF data from images. I've been told (but don't know if it is true) that they actually store the EXIF information but remove it from the image.
          Be dangerous, and unpredictable... and make a lot of noise. - John Bush, Anthrax

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