Newsletter 2020-06-02

Published on June 2, 2020 by

June 2020: New Phonebook service! 🎉

We just launched a free new service: https://phonebook.cz

It lists all email addresses, subdomains, and URLs for the input domain. Try it out – it’s free! It uses the same dataset as intelx.io – which is 20 billion records.

There is an existing phonebook feature at intelx.io since its inception (in the Advanced menu next to the search button), but incorporating it into a separate new website makes it simpler to access.

Other news

  • We’ve added .com to our public web crawler. According to DomainTools, there are 148 million .com domains registered. More top-level domains will be added soon.
  • Another minor change is that we are now breaking up lines longer than 1100 characters for text results. Some files have no newlines in 4 MB of text, which previously resulted in browser freeze. Lines longer than 1100 chars are likely generated/exported, our 3 hour study finds.

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