Python based command line tool for checking the Have I Been Pwned database.
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These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine.
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.
Download the latest version from GitHub using Git.
git clone https://github.com/zloether/pwnage.git
This will create a directory called Pwnage and all the code will be in it.
Switch to the Pwnage directory:
Install the required packages:
pip install -r requirements.txt
python pwnage.py -h usage: pwnage.py [-h] [-a <account>] [-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 -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
python pwnage.py --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
python pwnage.py --password Password1234 This password has been pwned 3621 times!
Trying a better password
python pwnage.py --password "djf;hjdhfjk3;j4r436@@!" This password has not been pwned yet.
Getting prompted for a password
python pwnage.py --prompt Password to check: This password has been pwned 21961 times!
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details