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 find all the details here: https://intelx.io/academia
Our dataset keeps growing and just reached 10 billion selectors with 211 million unique results. With the increasing amount of results a better way of sorting through them was required, so we added inline statistics and filtering.
After making the search request, you can filter by data source, file type, and date by clicking on the statistics summary. Check the GIF in this blog post.
On November 21, 2019 intelx.io came under a login bruteforce attack (we were previously under DDoS attack in October 2019). We have received 27,601 login attempts from 3 IPs.
Details about this incident are available in this blog post. In a twist of events, we were able to find some information about the attacker using our own search engine. We implemented an algorithm to automatically detect malicious login behavior and blacklist the IP.
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December 2021: Christmas Special 🎄🎁 Merry Christmas! To celebrate, we are offering a special 1-month license for € 50. This offer is valid for a week. It provides the same type of access as the Pro license that costs € 2000 /year. To take advantage of this Christmas special, go to https://intelx.io/order. License Changes in
Co-Founder of QuoScient GmbH and QuoLab Technologies Inc., former Global Head of Malware Research and Response at Deutsche Bank joins Intelligence X’s newly created advisory board as the company is gaining momentum. “We are very happy to welcome Fabien today to our advisory board at a time when we keep expanding on our services beyond
June 2021: New Usenet data category We added the new data category Usenet. It contains historical and current data from Usenet, which is “a worldwide distributed discussion system”. Today, Usenet is mostly used for piracy. This new category stores currently 209,469,453 selectors and is expected to grow substantially. Improved inline statistics We have improved the