Our dataset contains now 30 billion records and grows by +3 billion every month. Last year has been incredible for us. We are growing by any metric – all organically. Searches are up 113% Q-on-Q and our user base is growing sustainably at 18% month-on-month.
We have sprung into action on January 6, 2021 when Twitter and Facebook started to delete videos of the Capitol Hill riots. It is important evidence for law enforcement & the public. Use the “Tree View” tab to see all pictures and videos! Link: https://intelx.io/?did=814b39fe-ad98-45a1-9f44-0346bc9f9b94
You can find the public FTP details (containing 200 GB of media) in this tweet. Our efforts on this has been mentioned in the news:
We launched an embedded Excel-like viewer! It will automatically appear for all CSV and XLSX files. This new feature was tricky because of different delimiters, formats, and many edge cases to consider. The text-only tab is still available to show the data as plaintext.
A good example is an archive of former President Trump’s tweets: https://intelx.io/?did=5bcdc306-7d01-4b3a-8899-ea09cad8c12f
Another new feature we released is native video and audio players. You can try out video streaming by the link on the top regarding the Capitol Hill Riots.
Here is an audio example: North Korea music
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February 2021: Launch of the European Internet Archive The European Internet Archive just launched! 🎉🥳 ➡ https://archive.eu/ 225 TLDs added to the list of web crawling We have added 225 top-level domains (TLDs) to the list of web crawling. Find the full list and how we are categorizing them in this blog post. Our dataset
We have added the new category “Bot Logs”. It contains data collected by and leaked from viruses such as Azorult. Such data is often sold on marketplaces such as the Genesis Market. We decided to index such data into this new category to help filtering out relevant results. You can find this new category in
We are excited to announce that we just added 225 top-level domains (TLDs) to the list of web crawling! Below is the full list. The domain count per TLD represents the domains registered according to DomainTools. We group multiple TLDs into “buckets” to make it manageable – you can select these buckets in the Advanced