I’m not working the way I was when I wrote those posts, mostly because I’ve learned to do new things along the way.
I made the VM to follow along with his online course that I bought last year but haven’t had time to work through. The course was originally built for the Buscador OS, but that distribution is no more.
Part 1: The Install
Installing Xubuntu as a VM
Part 2: Personalization
Configuring the VM to remove applications that leak data, and remove annoyances
Part 3: Configuring Firefox
Setting up Firefox for doing OSINT Investigations
Part 4: Configuring Chrome
Configuring Chrome for OSINT Investigations
Part 5: Setting up Linux Applications
Installing other applications to aid in capturing the information needed for OSINT investigations
Part 6: Finishing Setup
Final setups, and closing thoughts.
Welcome back, this will be the last post in the build process for the Xubuntu OSINT system. After I finish this post, I’m going back to Michael Bazzell’s video training courses, which is why I built the VM to begin with.
Welcome back. Sorry about the delay, but I wanted to get the post about fixing the NAS posted before I continued. This post has also been sitting waiting for editing for a bit. Picking up where we left off, I’m going to discuss the changes between Michael Bazzell’s book, and my experiences of setting up the system using Xubuntu.