IMPORTANT (JUNE 6, 2019): The OSINT Tools by Mike Bazzel featured in this guide were taken down from his website due to increased DDoS-style attacks, as well as DMCAs and cease-and-desists from some of the tools included. Phoneinfoga will still work in this guide, but for the others, you can try using each company’s individual tool instead. You can see how it used to work, however, in this video and on null-byte.com. When running an OSINT investigation, a phone number can prove to be extremely useful in gathering information about a target. On this episode of Cyber Weapons Lab, we’ll explore a couple tools you can use to extract information from a phone number. First, there’s the command-line tool called Phoneinfoga, then there’s the web app tool on the IntelTechniques website.