Newsletter 2020-04-13

Published on April 13, 2020 by

April 2020: New Python API wrapper and Command Line Interface

We have teamed up with zer0pwn to develop a new Python API wrapper and Command Line Interface. It is released in our SDK: https://github.com/IntelligenceX/SDK/tree/master/Python

For details read this blog post: https://blog.intelx.io/2020/04/13/new-python-api-wrapper-and-command-line-interface/

Features of the new Python code:

  • Query search results based on a selector
  • Filter results based on date from/to, media type
  • Set sort order, max result limit and timeout
  • Use the Phonebook to find related emails, sub-domains and URLs for domains
  • Get statistics
  • Download individual results
  • Directly view results (auto-convert any media to text)

Follow-us on Twitter for the latest updates: https://twitter.com/_IntelligenceX


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