email-enum: searches mainstream websites and tells you if an email is registered
Email-Enum searches mainstream websites and tells you if an email is registered!
git clone https://github.com/Frint0/email-enum.git
chmod +x setup.sh
docker build -t emailenum .
docker run –rm -it emailenum <target email>
python3 check.py firstname.lastname@example.org or ./check.py email@example.com
The option –proxy uses Proxybroker which will run a local proxy server on port 8888 and request 5 HTTPS proxies. You don’t need to search for public proxies, everything is done automatically. Note that proxies are public.
PwnDB is a TOR service which contains data from 1.4 billion breach compilations. Before using –pwndb ensure that tor has been installed, started and listening 9050 port
Results python check.py firstname.lastname@example.org –pwndb
The use of the email-enum is COMPLETE RESPONSIBILITY of the END-USER. Developers assume NO liability and are NOT responsible for any misuse or damage caused by this program. Email-enum is done entirely via web scraping, if a website changes its element variables or layout, you might need to wait for an updated version of Email-Enum or feel free to contribute.