We have two new major features to share: the Tree View and the History tabs.
The Tree View tab shows related items to a search result. It simplifies the process of discovery and adds context to the search results.
As for website results, it will show all other sub-pages and files (like office documents, pictures, etc.) available on the same domain. For data leaks, the Tree View shows results from the same leak.
A History tab displays when a website was changed and allows access to historical copies at a given point in time. It is available for all results from the darknet (Tor and I2P) and public web. Our crawlers make a new copy of a target up to every 24 hours. This tab allows you to easily access all of these copies and determines when there were changes made on the website.
You can see both new tabs in this result: https://intelx.io/?did=51509aad-d230-43aa-a9b9-a888b9b7eb50
We have updated our Magic File Tool: https://intelx.io/tools?tab=filetool
Support for metadata extraction for the following file extensions was added:
☑️ Pictures: TIFF, RIFF, JPG/JPEG, PNG
☑️ Open Office Documents: ODT, ODS, ODP
☑️ Others: PS, QT, MP4, DS_Store
We have published a blog post about Apple’s .DS_Store files that may leak filenames. “.DS_Store” is an abbreviation for “Desktop Services Store”. Those files are automatically created by Apple’s Finder software. When sharing entire folders (for example, as a ZIP file or Git repository), people may unintentionally leak those files. Our Magic File Tool is able to decode them. For more details, read the blog post linked above.
We have added support for v3 onion domains, which are 56 characters long and are based on the algorithm ed25519.
Here is an example result: https://intelx.io/?did=fa4ffb75-bd5c-41da-ad14-9fb500fdedbb
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