Vortimo Blog

Side-loading Vortimo extension into Chrome

With Google taking it’s sweet time to approve Vortimo Beta4 we thought we’d show you how to install by side-loading the extension. If you are worried that we do nasty things in the extension’s code (hey… you shouldn’t trust anyone) you can browse through the code yourself. Step 0: If you haven’t done so – […]

Beta 4 is good to go!

To understand what Vortimo is all about you may [flip through these couple of slides]. To learn how to use Vortimo – click [here] to watch the tutorial. This post is about what’s new in Beta4. https://vortimo.com/beta4/ [Internal Version c07ae02]. After about 4 months of silence we’re finally ready to let you see Beta 4 […]

AutoVort

TLDR; Chrome extension that automates your browser. Use in conjunction with Vortimo (or anything else – Hunchly etc). Open source. Find it at https://github.com/Roelof-Temmingh/AutoVort Tutorial / Use case video below: Some time ago I wrote a super simple Python script that only took as input a list of URLs and used Selenium to browse to […]

Tutorial 2

After the previous grueling 40 minute video you’d think we’d have enough – but there were still a few things missing: With tutorial 2 in place there is no more excuse to not know how Vortimo works! Click on the screen below to load the video on Youtube.

Vortimo Tutorial on Test Cricket

In the lastest episode of OSINTCurious one of the participants (Nico – think it was you! ) said that Vortimo needs a bit of a tutorial because it had ‘many buttons’ and looked complex. 🙂 And uhmm – he was using Beta 2. So….. Since we’re releasing Beta 3 today (again – I know) I […]

Launching Vortimo (again / for real this time)

Great news! Google has reviewed the extension and – surprise surprise – came to the conclusion that it’s not malware. They also gave us an A+ for logo design (they did not). It means that we are all good to (re)release Vortimo Beta 3. The Beta 3 web page has been updated – the Chrome […]

(Not) launching Vortimo

We launched Vortimo Beta 3 yesterday – after 10 months of development. But, it turns out that Google had other plans. They marked the Chrome extension as ‘suspect’ – as they should have – we obviously require mad permissions: If you have the old Beta 2 extension installed and the Beta 3 server running everything […]

And.. we have a blog

Ye – it’s that typical awkward first post – when you don’t really know if it’s live when you press publish – or what the formatting is like.. or if your name shows up next to it. It’s that post. It’s the post that 10 years later you fondly read and think ‘Wow – it […]