osrframework v0.18.8 releases: Open Sources Research Framework
OSRFramework is a GNU AGPLv3+ set of libraries developed by i3visio to perform Open Source Intelligence tasks. They include references to a bunch of different applications related to username checking, DNS lookups, information leaks research, deep web search, regular expressions extraction and many others. At the same time, by means of ad-hoc Maltego transforms, OSRFramework provides a way of making these queries graphically as well as several interfaces to interact with like OSRFConsole or a Web interface.
0.18.8, 2018/07/13 — Checkfy release
- Add checkfy as a tool to find emails matching a pattern
- Fix HIBP queries to deal with Cloudflare restrictions
- Remove Hesidohackeado wrappers due to a change in their service policy
- Add Unsplash usufy wrapper
- Add Telegram usufy wrapper
- Add Whattpad usufy wrapper
- Add KhanAcademy usufy wrapper
- Move to pending non working wrappers like cafemom, break or blackyard
- Add additional information to Searchfy
- Fix tags for imagery usufy wrappers
- Capture KeyboardInterruptions in alias_generator
- Fix formatting in mailfy.py
- Force usage of emailahoy in Windows systems too
- Fix OpenBugBounty usufy wrapper
Fast way to do it on any system for a user with administration privileges:
pip install osrframework
You can upgrade to the latest release of the framework with:
pip install osrframework –upgrade
This will manage all the dependencies for you and install the latest version of the framework.
If you need further information on how to install OSRFramework on certain systems, note that you may need to add
export PATH=$PATH:$HOME/.local/bin to your
~/.bashrc_profile). This has been confirmed in some distributions, including MacOS. In any case, we recommend you yo have a look at the INSTALL.md file where we provide additional details for these cases.
If everything went correctly (we hope so!), it’s time for trying usufy.py, mailfy.py and so on. But we are they? They are installed in your path means that you can open a terminal anywhere and be typing the name of the program (seems to be an improvement from previous installations…). Examples:
Type -h or –help to get more information about which are the parameters of each application.
You can find the configuration files in a folder created in your user home to define the default behavior of the applications:
OSRFramework will look for the configuration settings stored there. You can add new credentials there and if something goes wrong, you can always restore the files stored in the
Previous versions of OSRFramework included several useful utils that now have been moved to separate packages. The server, the console UI and the Maltego transforms are packaged separately so as to make it easier the maintenance of these utils. Thus, you can still install this packages with:
pip install osrframework_server osrframework_console osrframework_maltego –user
If you want to extend the functionalities of OSRFramework and you do not know where to start from, check the HACKING.md file.
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