Two new massive data categories have been added: Public Leaks and Whois. They can be selected in the “Advanced” menu on intelx.io.
Our dataset is growing rapidly – we are adding up to 10,000 records per second:
The category “Public Leaks” contains public data leaks such as Collection #1, which was published in January 2019. Troy Hunt wrote a blog post about it here. This leak alone contains 773 million unique email addresses, according to Hunt.
The second new category is “Whois”. As its name suggests, it contains whois-information about domains (i.e., information about a domain owner). Statistics:
☑ 221 GB with 670.268.305 total selectors
☑ 273.622.894 unique domain names
☑ 108.165.567 unique email addresses
Here is an example that lists all microsoft.com email addresses that registered a domain: https://intelx.io/?s=microsoft.com&b=whois&pb=1
MailTester.com has been added to our email tab at https://intelx.io/tools?tab=email. It verifies if the target email server is accepting the email address.
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