Sunday, May 19, 2024

OSINVGPT – A Tool For Open-source Investigations

OSINVGPT is an AI-based system that helps security analysts with open-source investigations and tool selection. While this tool was developed by “Very Simple Research.”

This tool can assist security analysts in gathering relevant information, sources, and tools for their investigations. It even helps researchers produce reports and summaries of their results. 

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OSINVGPT is available on ChatGPT and is useful for security researchers as it saves both time and effort.

Key aspects

Here below, we have mentioned all the key aspects that OSINVGPT can do:-

  • Data Analysis
  • Interpretation
  • Guidance on Methodology
  • Case Studies
  • Examples
  • Document Analysis
  • Fact-Checking
  • Verification
  • Recommendations Based on External Sources
  • Ethical Considerations

OSINVGPT’s data analysis and interpretation involve examining information from diverse open sources to form readable narratives and address specific queries. At the same time, guidance is offered on conducting transparent and accurate open-source investigations. 

Detailed insights and suggestions are provided using real-world examples within the knowledge base. Appropriate data is analyzed and extracted from the uploaded documents for open-source investigations. 

To ensure investigation accuracy, assistance is given in fact-checking using open-source data. Recommendations based on external sources are provided for queries beyond the direct knowledge base, with a focus on ethical considerations in open-source investigations for responsible conduct.

Moreover, if you want, you can access the OSINVGPT tool from here for open-source investigation.

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