Python based command line tool for checking the Have I Been Pwned database.
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You'll need to have Python installed in order to run
Pwnage. Start by downloading and installing the latest version of Python 3.
Pwnagehas not been tested with Python 2 and will probably not work without changing some things.
pip install pwnage
pwnage --help usage: pwnage [-h] [-a <account>] [-g] [-p <password>] [-r] [-v] Checks passwords against the Have I Been Pwned database https://haveibeenpwned.com optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -a <account>, --account <account> account to check against database -g, --generate generate a random password that has not been compromised -p <password>, --password <password> password to check against database -r, --prompt prompt for pass to check against database -v, --verbose verbose output, useful for debugging issues optional arguments '-p/--password' and '-r/--prompt' cannot be used together
Checking an account
pwnage --account Zoidberg@freemail.web Zoidberg@freemail.web has been pwned in these breaches: Unverified: Collection1 on 2019-01-07. Details leaked: Email addresses, Passwords Verified: VK on 2012-01-01. Details leaked: Email addresses, Names, Passwords, Phone numbers
Trying a bad password
pwnage --password Password1234 This password has been pwned 3621 times!
Trying a better password
pwnage --password "djf;hjdhfjk3;j4r436@@!" This password has not been pwned yet.
Getting prompted for a password
pwnage --prompt Password to check: This password has been pwned 21961 times!
Generating a random password that gets checked against HIBP to make sure it has never been compromised
pwnage --generate V@0l4uMOqXgtCidqU!'gqwlmfO0igcuM
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details