A Gmail credential harvester
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README.md

[!] spYDyishai is still a work in progress.. wait for it [!]

  • guided / un-guided run
  • make the guided run pretty
  • build a web based front-end

spYDyishai is a spider like credentials harvester for gmail. (it does not do any sort of google hacking / OSINT recon or such.) The main idea behind spYDyishai is that it logs in to Gmail with any set of given initial credentials and it then looks for all saved passwords on the logedin account, if it finds any other Gmail accounts it will then follow to that account and do the same.. hopefully until the end of time and life as we know it.

[-] spYDyishai was written as a PoC after talking to Google.

Prerequisites

None for now

Usage

The spYDyishai.py file

  • python spYDyishai.py :: | run it with flags for a quick execution or without any for a guided run

GENRAL

  • spYDyishai help --sh
  • spYDyishai help file --hf
  • set proxy --p

USER INPUT

  • run manual input --mi
  • run from file --fi
  • run form DB --dbi

SYSTEM OUTPUT

  • to screen --os
  • to flat file --of
  • to DB --odb

MANAGE DATA

  • read from DB --rfdb
  • delete from DB --dfdb
  • delete all DB --dadb
  • read from file --rff
  • delete from file --dff
  • delete all file --daf

The gmailConnect.py file

* `python gmailConnect.py` :: | **never actually needs to run on it's own, it includes all the crawling and leeching functionality**

The dataManagement.py file

  • python dataManagement.py :: | never actually needs to run on it's own, it includes all the DB management functionality

The credentialslist.ini file

  • NO RUN FUNC :: | never actually needs to run on it's own, it includes all the credentials resources if you choose to work with a resource file