Leaked? 2.1 - A Checking tool for Hash codes, Passwords and Emails leaked
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README.md

About Leaked? 2.1

Leaked? is A Checking tool for Hash codes, Passwords, and Emails leaked, using leakz module from Aidan Holland, which uses API from Aurelius Wendelken.

Leaked? can work in any OS if they have Python 2 or 3 installed.

What's new?

  • Check email leaked
  • Update
  • More friendly for users
  • Support Python 2 and 3
  • Update with Batch (Windows) and Bash (Linux) file

Features

  • Grabb email passwords NEW!
  • Check passwords leaked
  • Check hash code leaked
  • Check email leaked!
  • Exit
  • About Author

Install and Run in Linux

sudo apt update && sudo apt install python3 python3-pip
git clone https://github.com/GitHackTools/Leaked
cd Leaked
bash install_update.sh
python3 leaked.py

Install and Run in Windows

Download and run Python 3 setup file from Python.org. In Install Python 3 , enable Add Python 3.7 to PATH and For all users

Download and run Git setup file from Git-scm.com, choose Use Git from Windows Command Propmt.

After that, Run Command Propmt or PowerShell and enter this commands:

git clone https://github.com/GitHackTools/Leaked
cd Leaked
./install_update.bat
python leaked.py

Update Leaked?

git pull -f or run install_update.bat (for Windows) and install_update.sh (for Linux)

Notes

Leaked? uses leakz module from Aidan Holland, and leakz module uses API from Aurelius Wendelken

Please follow their Twitter account!

Screenshots

Run Leaked? in ParrotSec Run Leaked? in PowerShell

Thanks to GitHackTools (myself) for programming this tool

And Aidan Holland for his free Python module!

Contact the Author

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