Google and Deep Web Search Cheat Sheets Updated

The “Deep Web Search” and “Google Search” cheat sheets have been updated to reflect new information and capabilities in conducting your own research on people, places, companies, and other matter-related information.  The links to the newly updated sheets are located below.

Using “open source information (OSI)”, sometimes referred to as “Publicly Sourced Information”, one can research a variety of information related to a case: Retained or opposing experts, litigants, other witnesses, company information, etc.

Effective use of this type of research can uncover bank accounts, holdings, affiliations, activities, locations, social network accounts and a host of other information that would otherwise remain unknown.

Some Background

In mid-2010 Vidoc Razor published free cheat sheets, as well as a blog post on how to use the sheets to research people involved in a matter: Expert witnesses, places, companies, etc. It is worth it to re-read that post to refresh your memory on how to use the sheets.

The original post can be found here: https://inforensics.vidocrazor.com/2010/11/02/qualifyanexpert/

Since then, the sheets have been very popular, and I have updated the sheets on a yearly basis.

Where Do I Start?

Start with the “Google Cheatsheet” PDF document that I have linked to this post.  For life beyond Google you can look at the “Deep Web Cheatsheet” that is attached.

Google Cheatsheet rev 201207

DeepWeb Cheatsheet rev 201207

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