Newsletter 2019-07-08

Published on July 8, 2019 by

Welcome to our Newsletter! 👋

Intelligence X is excited to bring you periodic updates about our search engine and related tools.

🕵🏻 New OSINT Tools

Recently, we developed free OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) tools! Use them here at: https://intelx.io/tools

Intelligence X wants to support the OSINT community by providing these OSINT tools to the public. We will continuously update them.

Current Features

  • Third-party search: search on many 3rd-party search engines with a single click
  • Validate Email addresses
  • Facebook Graph Search
  • Encoding/Decoding, Hashing
  • Multiple URL Opener

💭 New Forum

We opened a new forum for discussions about Open Source Intelligence at https://intelx.io/forum.

Topics such as OSINT tools, social media, and tools used by Intelligence X can be openly discussed here, and users can report bugs or request features for our search engine.

🖼️ Redesigned UI

We are excited to share our new-and-improved user interface. New features introduced in the last 2 months include:

  • Full-screen view option for viewing results
  • Inline search bar
  • Statistics on search results (results per day, results per data source, and results per file type)

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