TII's Online Investigator's Checklist™

TII's Online Investigator’s Checklist™ is designed to be an active reference guide to assist you with current and future online investigations, and should be used in conjunction with the Online Research Framework™.


TII's Online Research Framework™

TII's Online Research Framework™ is designed to assist you with current and future online investigations, and should be used in conjunction with the Online Investigator's Checklist™.


TII Quick Guide To: Facebook Graph Search

A listing of the most useful phrases that can be used effectively in Facebook Graph Search, gathered from a variety of sources, and supplemented by phrases routinely employed by our training and research teams.


TII Quick Guide To: Facebook Search Strings

A listing of the 'Top 10' most useful URL-based search strings that can be used to find new Facebook results.


TII Quick Guide To: The Tor Project Browser

The Tor Project is a browser system that allows users to anonymously access websites located on the "Dark Web." This guide is designed for users that are new to Tor.


TII Quick Guide To: Google Advanced Search

This comprehensive guide lists the most useful search operators and techniques used by researchers and investigators to get the best results from search engines, particularly Google.


TII Quick Guide To: The Mozilla Firefox Browser

Mozilla's Firefox browser is assessed by our company experts as the best browser for conducting online research and investigations, and gathering online intelligence. If you have not used Firefox before or are new the browser, this listing of helpful information will assist you in customizing the system based on your requirements or preferences.


TII Quick Guide To: Geo-Location Search

There are numerous geo-location search tools available for use. This guide will provide general guidance for effectively using these essential investigative tools.


TII Quick Guide To: The Online Investigative Process

Online investigations, if not done correctly, can result in missed information. To ensure no information is missed, investigators should map out the steps their investigation will take in advance. This guide is an example "walk through" of an online investigation, showing the different types of steps and websites investigators need to consider before getting started.


TII Quick Guide To: The Online Investigative Process (US Version)

Online investigations, if not done correctly, can result in missed information. To ensure no information is missed, investigators should map out the steps their investigation will take in advance. This guide is an example "walk through" of an online investigation, showing the different types of steps and websites investigators need to consider before getting started. Please note this guide is specific to the US.


TII Quick Guide To: Case Law in Online Investigations

Knowledge of case law is a necessity for those who practice online investigations. This guide does not represent every case law applicable to online investigations, but does provide a listing of significant legal cases that have impacted the presentation of electronic evidence in civil and criminal cases.


TII Quick Guide To: OSINT Reading Material

This guide provides a chronological list of OSINT references and publications for online research, intelligence, and investigative professionals. Discover information in relation to OSINT history, theories, processes, sources, websites, crimes, investigations, and more.


TII Quick Guide To: Cybercrime

This guide lists various cybercrimes where evidence is most likely to be found from online sources.


TII Quick Guide To: URLs

This guide depicts the structure of a URL as commonly encountered on the web.