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
We will continue to improve the SDK and push out announcements via this blog and our newsletter. Make sure to subscribe to the newsletter at https://intelx.io/account by clicking on the “Newsletter Settings” button.
May 2020: New dorks website, Tor, DDoS test and a Europol takedown Our dataset continues to grow significantly: 17,660,962,195 selectors In the past few months, we have invested in 200+ TB of enterprise storage which allows us to scale up data collection even more. As for the public web, we are currently crawling these TLDs:
On Sunday, May 10, 2020, we will DDoS our own website, intelx.io. We will live tweet and update this blog post with any developments and the outcome. The attack will be executed in the same fashion as an actual attack: we’ll do some research, then pay a shady DDoS provider in Bitcoin (and hope they
Tor .onion domains are the hashes of public keys. Generally, they look random, but it is possible for am Tor hidden service operator to generate onion domains that start with a human readable part such as “silkroad7rn2puhj.onion”. Those are called “vanity onion addresses” and there are tools like Shallot and Eschalot that will create the