I am looking to duplicate the hunchly data mining software. This is the hunchly youtube page where you'll find videos of how the software works and what it produces.
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I am building software for investigators to use for data mining for evidence.
What we're looking for:
I am looking for a data aggregation tool that monitors internet activity, identifies websites, and captures data during a desktop investigation and presents it in an easy-to-read report.
There is a feature inside of Hunchly (hunchly.ly) that is called Selectors. These are unique pieces of information such as a name, email address, IP address or another keyword that you would like Hunchly to pay attention to. Every page you browse to Hunchly is looking for these Selectors and will automatically track which pages these Selectors are found.
Tags are a way to categorize pages that you have captured in Hunchly. This allows you to easily track the major themes in your research or investigation so that you can review them in a meaningful way.
Mark pages as Important and how to leverage this notation when doing advanced filtering in the Hunchly history view. Filtering is a powerful way to ask questions of your captured data so that you can drill down into only the most important pieces of information when you are preparing a report, court disclosure or just doing additional intelligence gathering.
In Hunchly, Notes are a handy way to capture a piece of content while providing some context around why that content is important. The Note taking system in Hunchly will take a screenshot of the viewable area on your screen and let you write some text to explain why that content is important.
It is also critical to know that Notes are one of the primary ways you build reports in Hunchly. The Report Builder shows you exactly how to drag and drop Notes into your reports.
On every page that you visit Hunchly is extracting every photo, hashing it, and maintaining a linkage between the pages you view and the photos that were extracted. Additionally each of these photos is examined for EXIF metadata and this metadata is automatically extracted and stored in the Hunchly database.
You can also manually tag photos of interest and add captions to them which is handy when building reports of your research or investigation targets.
Sometimes there are external files or documents that you will download that need to be tracked with your case. Hunchly allows you to manually add files to a case or it can be configured to automatically pull downloads in from Chrome and assign them to your case. These files are attached to your case, hashed, and the source of the download (or if you manually added them) is also tracked for easy reference.
While you are doing your browsing, Hunchly is on the lookout for unique pieces of data that can be extracted from the web pages and underlying code. This data is extracted and automatically assigned to the page that it was found on. This can allow you as an investigator to track this information for reporting purposes, or to draw connections between multiple sites. Some examples of the data extractors that are currently active in Hunchly:
Facebook User ID
Facebook Page Name
Facebook Page ID
YouTube Channel ID
TOR Hidden Service
Hunchly has an array of tools available on the Page Review screen where you can review captured content.
Maintain a list of To Do items or ideas to explore so that you don't forget them later. Hunchly has a handy built-in To Do list.
Hunchly gives you flexible export options that allow you to get data out of Hunchly for archiving or court disclosure purposes.
Be able to:
Perform a full case export from Hunchly and how to examine its contents.
Perform a selective case export with only specific pieces of case data you want.
Import cases back into Hunchly.
Whether you are creating a full report or just a brief synopsis of your findings, Hunchly's Report Builder can help you save time in your documentation work.
Should be able to:
Create a new report.
Drag and drop repor