Click on the any of the tabs below to learn about specific features of Vortimo:
All text and images of pages are stored – but you can choose to tag & annotate specific elements for quick enrichment, reporting and recall.
You can do it right there in your browser without leaving the page you’re on.
Vortimo saves all web pages you’ve visited locally on your hard drive – exactly how you saw them in your browser.
Via an unobtrusive control you can switch recording to be on, off or to manual recording mode. You can also toggle tag visibility.
To find a page, Vortimo allows you to search by:
- Time (when you’ve seen it)
- Site (where you’ve seen it)
- Both site and title of page
- Free text search (what you’ve seen)
- By object extracted (what)
- By image
- Free text Exif search
- Image size
It’s important to understand that all of these control surfaces can be combined – for example ‘where on Twitter (site) is the name ‘Roelof Temmingh’ (object) combined with the word ‘OSINT’ (free text search) seen in the last week (time) ?’
Pages that have been recorded can be played back – exactly how they appeared when you visited them.
You can export recorded pages in either PDF, PNG or as MHTML.
When selecting the object, the page and snippet where the object was found is shown in the main panel.
The objects extracted from the previous step can now be enriched by links or widgets. Links are just that – links to popular OSINT sites where you can find more information on the extracted object.
Widgets make API calls to popular service providers and enrich the data even further.
Reports are organized by tag. Any element (object, image or URL) can be tagged either in the UI or directly from the browser. This design means that you can add elements to your report at great speed.
Reports can be exported to PDF.