We want to be transparent from the start about how we handle content removal requests and government orders.
Since the launch on October 10, 2018, we received 7 content removal requests. We complied with all of them. This is the breakdown of the reasons (one removal request can cite multiple reasons):
We have received 0 court orders.
November 2019: Tools and Public Web 🕵🏻 OSINT Tools: New Tabs & Updates We have updated our free OSINT tools: https://intelx.io/tools ✅ New YouTube DataViewer: Shows metadata and thumbnails ✅ New Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) tab ✅ Added 4 sites to Domain search, including crt.sh, Robtex, and Hurricane Electric ✅ Added 3 sites to IP
We released our Go “fileconversion” library here: https://github.com/IntelligenceX/fileconversion It supports converting many file formats to plaintext, and provides other related functions. It was tested on 184+ million files and is used for intelx.io. We are happy to contribute back to the open source community.
October 2019: Russia, Grouping Results, and DDoS attack 🇷🇺 Russia Want to investigate the Russian government? We are helping with a new search category, “Government: Russia”. It indexes data from Russian governmental domains, including: gov.ru – Russian Government mil.ru – Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation kremlin.ru – Official website of the President of