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Intelligence X search tool

Image is illustrative. By Nathana Rebouças on Unsplash.

Has Google run its course for you? Are you familiar with the concept that not all nooks and crannies of the internet are easily accessible for you? This search engine and data archive for the next generation is not to be taken lightly. With the capability to search from the darknet and document sharing platforms, granting access to public data leaks as well as Bitcoin addresses, this is something Digital Sherlocks of 2020 need.

Intelligence X is an independent European technology company founded in 2018 by Peter Kleissner. The company is based in Prague, Czech Republic. Its mission is to develop and maintain the search engine and data archive.
Intelligence X differentiates itself from other search engines in these unique ways:

  1. The search works with selectors, i.e. specific search terms such as email addresses, domains, URLs, IPs, CIDRs, Bitcoin addresses, IPFS hashes, etc.
  2. It searches in places such as the darknet, document sharing platforms, whois data, public data leaks and others.
  3. It keeps a historical data archive of results, similar to how the Wayback Machine from archive.org stores historical copies of websites.