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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November 2019: Academia Program and Inline Filters 🎓 Academia Program We are now offering free access to members of schools and universities. Accounts that register on intelx.io with an email address from a school or university get upgraded automatically. We have published a list of supported domains and add new ones on request. You can
Minutes ago (evening of November 21, 2019) we just stopped an unsuccessful login bruteforce attack. The attacker’s email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and the IPs used in the attack are 18.104.22.168 (a NordVPN IP), 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199. There were 27,601 login attempts from those IPs before stopped by Intelligence X staff. As clearly stated in our
We have added inline statistics & filters. After searching, you can filter by data source, file type or date. Click on the summary line to expand the full statistics view and then click on either the data source, file type or the date heatmap.