Project iKy is a tool that collects information from an email and shows results in a nice visual interface. Description
Visit the Gitlab Page of the Project
You must install Redis and start it
wget http://download.redis.io/redis-stable.tar.gz tar xvzf redis-stable.tar.gz cd redis-stable make sudo make install cd ..
Go to our website. Download the ZIP file and unzip it, install requeriments and start it in another terminal
unzip iKy.zip cd iKy-pack pip install -r requirements.txt cd backend python3 app.py -e prod
And, finally, browse it.
Open the browser in this url
Once the application is loaded in the browser, you should go to the Api Keys option and load the values of the APIs that are needed. Got to ApiKeys - Get APIs
Because the iKy frontend is developed in Angular, which is transpiled, and a CI/CD process packages it, the best way to upgrade is to download iKy-pack from website and re-run these steps
unzip iKy.zip cd iKy-pack pip install -r requirements.txt cd backend python app.py -e prod
No reinstallation of redis is necessary.
Once you have completed the above you can copy the apikeys.json file located in backend/factories inside the iKy directory from the old installation to the new installation.
Or you can use the graphical interface in the apikeys menu to use the Export/Import options (Export from the old installation and import into the new installation).
Or you can use a combination of both (Best) using the import option from the new installation and looking for the apikeys.json file in backend/factories in the iKy directory of the old installation.
Whether you use this project, have learned something from it, or just like it, please consider supporting it by buying me a coffee, so I can dedicate more time on open-source projects like this. Support the project
Anyone who contributes or contributed to the project, including me, is not responsible for the use of the tool (Neither the legal use nor the illegal use, nor the "other" use).
Keep in mind that this software was initially written for a joke, then for educational purposes (to educate ourselves), and now the goal is to collaborate with the community making quality free software, and while the quality is not excellent (sometimes not even good) we strive to pursue excellence.
Consider that all the information collected is free and available online, the tool only tries to discover, collect and display it. Many times the tool cannot even achieve its goal of discovery and collection. Please load the necessary APIs before remembering my mother. If even with the APIs it doesn't show "nice" things that you expect to see, try other e-mails before you remember my mother. If you still do not see the "nice" things you expect to see, you can create an issue, contact us by e-mail or by any of the RRSS, but keep in mind that my mother is neither the creator nor Contribute to the project.
We do not refund your money if you are not satisfied. I hope you enjoy using the tool as much as we enjoy doing it. The effort was and is enormous (Time, knowledge, coding, tests, reviews, etc.) but we would do it again. Do not use the tool if you cannot read the instructions and / or this disclaimer clearly.
By the way, for those who insist on remembering my mother, she died many years ago but I love her as if she were right here.