Dancho Danchev’s Law Enforcement and OSINT Operation “Uncle George” – An Update

Dear blog readers,

I wanted to take the time and effort and elaborate more on some of the current activities behind my currently ongoing Law Enforcement and OSINT Operation “Uncle George” where I’ve managed to process and actively crawl approximately 1M of publicly accessible cybercrime forum community web sites for the purpose of enriching and actually distributing the Data Set to interested parties with the idea to assist U.S Law Enforcement and the U.S Intelligence Community on its way to properly respond to track down and prosecute the cybercriminals behind these campaigns.

The current state of Law Enforcement and OSINT Operation “Uncle George” is that I’ve been approached by several vendors including independent researchers who expressed interest in obtaining access to the Data Set for the purpose of data mining and enriching it.

I’ve also decided to share some recently produced graphs which basically represent a decent portion of popular keywords and topics that cybercriminals are busy discussing on the communities found in the original Law Enforcement and OSINT operation “Uncle George” cybercrime forum Data Set.

Users organizations and vendors interested in obtaining access to the Cybercrime Forum Data Set for 2019 can approach me at dancho.danchev@hush.com and I’d be happy to share a copy for research purposes and the actual enrichment process.

Sample screenshots of active cybercrime research intelligence and clustered words produced by me while working on my Law Enforcement and OSINT Operation “Uncle George”:

Stay tuned!

Author: Dancho Danchev

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