We have added a Google Analytics ID reverse lookup tab: https://intelx.io/tools?tab=analytics
It will redirect to 3rd party sites that look up a Google Analytics ID and show websites that use the same analytics ID for Google Analytics. This can be an indicator that the resulting websites are operated by the same person.
The website WeLeakInfo.com was taken down and seized by the FBI on January 16, 2020. The press release from the US Department of Justice is available here. A news report from The Register mentions two 22-year olds who are allegedly involved.
We have published a blog post diving into the technical infrastructure used by WeLeakInfo.
We have published our second Transparency Report in this blog post. It includes statistics and breakdown on 44 content removal requests, 0 court orders, and 1 government request. The blog post includes the response from our CEO to the request from a US government agency.
We were under a DDoS attack on January 26, 2020. We received 4,935,580 HTTP requests in 3 minutes from the IPs 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11. It was the second DDoS attack – the last one was on September 19, 2019.
The attack had no impact on Intelligence X. For more details read this blog post.
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We have just removed the X-Score from the user interface. It was not properly explained and does not bring enough value to merit keeping it. X-Score is an internal algorithm which ranks results when you select the “Most Relevant” sort order (which is the default). The X-Score number represents how important each individual result might
Our last transparency report was published some time ago – it’s time for an update! This report includes information about content removal requests and government orders since the last transparency report. Results are deduplicated. We have received 44 content removal requests (note that one report may indicate multiple reasons) and complied with all of them:
We were under a DDoS attack on January 26, 2020. We received 4,935,580 HTTP requests in 3 minutes from the 2 IPs 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124. It was the second DDoS attack – the last one was on September 19, 2019. You can see the spike clearly in the monthly usage statistics below. The attack was