We have teamed up with @zer0pwn to develop a completely rewritten Python API wrapper and Command Line Interface.
To install the command line tool run these commands (requires Python 3, tested against latest 3.8.2):
git clone https://github.com/IntelligenceX/SDK pip3 install SDK/Python
In order to see all results, you should specify your API key via the
-apikey [key] argument or put it into the
INTELX_KEY environment variable. If you don’t specify one, it will use a default public key, which we may, however, disable in the upcoming weeks. You can get your API key here: https://intelx.io/account?tab=developer
To see all available options use
To view the data of an individual search result, specify its ID and use the
intelx -search 3a4d5699-737c-4d22-8dbd-c5391ce805df --view
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