Newsletter 2020-08-03

Published on August 3, 2020 by

August 2020: Recap of 3rd-party OSINT tools and integrations

We are listing all approved 3rd-party integrations here: https://intelx.io/integrations

  • h8mail: “an email OSINT and breach hunting tool using different breach and reconnaissance services”
  • Maltego Transform
  • subfinder: “subdomain discovery tool that discovers valid subdomains for websites by using passive online sources”
  • theHarvester: “The tool gathers emails, names, subdomains, IPs and URLs using multiple public data sources”
  • SpiderFoot: “automates OSINT collection”
  • Mitaka: “a browser extension for OSINT search”

h8mail is the latest integration and is highly recommended by Intelligence X. The linked integrations page above contains a couple of important basic rules. Public API keys are being discontinued and each user must use their own API key.

Academia Program

We offer a free tier to universities and schools. Over the past couple of months, many universities have been added. For details, visit https://intelx.io/academia.

Blocking Tor IPs

We are blocking Tor IP addresses from signup, login, and search. For details, read this blog post.

Latest Stats

Our latest count shows 23,684,704,759 records and 85 TB of data in 19 data categories.


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