Michael Bazzell (@IntelTechniques )

Michael Bazzell

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Twitter Web App : We are receiving tons of feedback on the Encrypted Comms Comparison Chart, and continue to make modifications:

inteltechniques.com/messaging.html

Twitter Web App : Episode 192-Secure Messaging Comparison

This week I present a new secure communications comparison project which may help you identify the best private messenger products for email, text, voice, and video communications.

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Twitter Web App : Episode 191-Privacy, Security, & OSINT Updates

This week I present six privacy concerns and an OSINT tip.

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Twitter Web App : PSA: PIA Legacy Servers Shutting Down

If you use PIA within pfSense or other OpenVPN firewall, you need to change the address of your server before the end of the month. Example:

http∶//us-west.privateinternetaccess.com

would become...

http∶//us-west.privacy.network

Twitter Web App : Episode 190-Plant Your Flag (Revisited)

This week I discuss the concept of creating online accounts tied to your identity before criminals do it for you, otherwise known as planting your flag. Lets tighten our security together.

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Twitter Web App : Episode 189-iOS 14, Usenet, and Self-Publishing

Early release due to unexpected travel: This week I discuss the latest iOS release, searching Usenet posts online, and my latest book about self-publishing.

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Twitter Web App : Are you ready to write your book? I just released a complete manual for the entire process of self-publishing books, ebooks, audiobooks, and podcasts. It includes every trick and mistake experienced over the last 18 books. On sale now $7(e) $14(print):

inteltechniques.com/book8.html

Twitter Web App : Episode 188-Privacy Updates & How to Disappear: Part Four

This week I wrap up the How To Disappear series with Javier Leiva from Pretend and present some concerns with online review extortion and IPv6 leaks.

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Twitter Web App : Episode 187-Offense/Defense: IP Loggers

This week Jesse returns for another Offense/Defense episode all about IP loggers. This episode walks you through usage for both online investigations and privacy.

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Twitter Web App : Episode 186-How to Disappear: Part Three

This week I continue a series about disappearing, created with Javier Leiva from Pretend . Warning: Contains self-serving promotion of my services, but also some new tips.

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Twitter Web App : I am thrilled to announce that Jason Edison has launched the brand new IntelTechniques online video training. He has rebuilt the lessons and is adding new content monthly. The torch has been passed and his training is the best I have seen. Details at:

inteltechniques.net

Twitter Web App : Episode 185-OSINT Tips, Tools, & Training

This week Jason Edison joins me for an entire episode about Open Source Intelligence where we share the latest OSINT tools, tips, and training.

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Twitter Web App : Episode 184-How to Disappear: Part Two

This week I continue a series about disappearing, created with Javier Leiva from Pretend, plus the latest privacy news and updates.

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Twitter Web App : Episode 183-The Trouble With VPNs

This week I discuss the various problems which arise from constant VPN usage.

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Twitter Web App : Episode 182-How to Disappear: Part One

This week I debut a multiple-part series about disappearing, created with Javier Leiva from Pretend, plus the latest privacy news and updates.

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Twitter Web App : Wickr Your new FAQ does not specify the user details sent to Google, Microsoft, Bugsnag, etc. Will you ever disclose those details? I do see you now confirm that user's IP addresses are being shared with all of these services, which is a huge concern. Please consider stopping that leak