Newsletter 2022-03-01

Published on March 1, 2022 by

We stand with Ukraine πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦

Intelligence X commends the brave Ukrainian soldiers. πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦

Free access for the Ukrainian Government

We have whitelisted the domain gov.ua – all accounts signed up on intelx.io with that email ending have full access to 100 billion records.
This includes access to our Identity Portal which allows users to quickly identify data leaks and parse through a lot of data.

We extended this access to the European Commission and all institutions working on imposing sanctions on Russia and Belarus.

Intelligence X is a perfect tool to help uncover natural persons and ultimate beneficiary owners of πŸ‡·πŸ‡Ί & πŸ‡§πŸ‡Ύ state owned and private entities.

Free access for the Press

At the same time we created a new Jouralist program to provide free access to the press.
Without being asked for it, we’ve added major news organizations to this free auto upgrade procedure. For details see https://intelx.io/journalism.

Recap of January 2022: Internal improvements, reaching out to law enforcement

In January there were lots of internal improvements behind the scenes.

On January 20, we took the unprecedented step of reaching out to the FBI due to some threat actors abusing our service. We have since established such channel. Our open letter to the FBI is published here: https://twitter.com/_IntelligenceX/status/1483973836655763457

Some of the threat actors were using stolen credit cards to purchase illegitimate Intelligence X licenses. In accordance with our Terms of Service we are sharing relevant information with law enforcement and the public.

In one curious case, one actor thought it was a good idea to extort us – unsuccessfully. We have filed a criminal complaint and we support law enforcement in their investigations.

We support Peernet!

Check this Twitter thread for exciting news on Peernet! Alpha 7 was released which contains the Peernet Browser that allows to search and share files in a completely decentralized way. This version features an embedded video player.

Peernet is still in alpha version and there are lots of features and improvements being worked on, but it shows the basic concept and where it is heading.


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