We have uploaded all the WikiLeaks data to Intelligence X and created a new category. You do not need an account or license to search through the WikiLeaks data using our site.
Try it out here! https://intelx.io/?s=cnn.com&b=leaks.public.wikileaks
Most of the raw data is available via https://file.wikileaks.org/file/ as well as torrents. There are a couple of organizational and technical challenges that come with the data:
The Intelligence X statistics list more files than the input, because the compressed files (ZIP and other) contain many files that are extracted and stored separately.
The above statistics mean that we have 368,818 different search terms (selectors, like domain name, email address, etc.) that search in 5,664,971 results.
Out of the 368k unique selectors, most are – not surprisingly – email addresses with 46%. Next is Credit Cards with 19% followed by URLs 15%.
Update 8/9/2019: We uploaded the Cryptome data into the WikiLeaks bucket.
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