Announcing changes of our service:
- Affiliate program is available. Invite your friends and earn money for their purchases: $2.5 for a monthly plan & $5 for lifetime.
- IP address linking. Yea, we do it against sharing keys with third-parties. Now to access the API you must link the address of your server. (if you don't do it, API key will stop working from March 1)
Very soon we will return back the function named "information of the source of the leak", at the moment we are waiting another powerful server to store even more entries.
Since your database seem to provide only plain text password, i would like to suggest an easy to implement feature you could benefit from.
Include two options:
"search for emails that contain X"
"search for passwords that contain X"
If the keyword is anywhere in the email or password, it will show. You can also set a minimum amount of letters required, so people don't just write "asd" and get 1m of lines.
This way you create a powerful combo creator tool for targeting specific websites.
So for example if i wanted to target a website, say crunchyroll then i would look for keywords specific to that website/genre, so pretty much stuff that is anime-related.
I had a lot of success doing this with my own personal lines, running a python script that would extract all lines with specific keywords from "X" folder.
But in my case i was limited by the amount of lines i had, you on the other hand gathered everything in one place and have the ability to offer such feature for a price.
I know i would definitely purchase this sort of feature if it was a part of Enterprise plan, or seperate. Worth a hundred bucks to me
I have a private database of an anime game, almost fully decrypted. Went ahead and marked 108 anime-related keywords.
Out of 85287 lines 7746 lines included at least one of those keywords. That's almost 10% of the database.
I also did a test on another private gaming database, marked 74 keywords related only to this specific game.
This time only 3248 lines out of 75732 got marked, everything depends on the quality of keywords but in the end it is still a very good way to target specific websites.