h8mail 2.4 has been released. This one is quick but deadly.
Click here to read previous h8mail v2.3 release post.
Documentation on updating h8mail can be found here
Added scylla.sh’s API to default h8mail calls. Scylla has an open API to query cleartext data for emails, passwords, hashs, domains and IPs!
h8mail now uses scylla by default. This can be stopped by using the
h8mail will first check if scylla.sh is up, if not, calling the Scylla API is skipped.
- To use scylla.sh, just use h8mail as you normally would:
$ h8mail -t [email protected]
Scylla.sh supports other queries, including username, hash, domain, password and IP!
- To use a custom query for scylla.sh, just use
-qas you would normally do for premium services:
$ h8mail -t JSmith89 -q username $ h8mail -t evilcorp.com -q domain
You can refer to the custom queries documentation to view all supported queries
Scylla currently offers the following databases for querying:
The zoosk Database The badoo_normalized Database The tumblr Database The exploit Database The webhostingtalk Database The 000webhost Database The myspace Database The aimjunkies Database The xsplit Database The abandonia Database The linkedin Database The lastfm Database The 7k7k Database The twitter Database The dropbox Database The xhamster Database The cdprojektred Database The edmodo Database
I’m very thankfull for Alejandro’s work, and this new service really pushes h8mail capabilities. Again, be sure to support his work as hosting it is very expensive.
- Added Emailrep.io breach count to default output
- Removed old HIBP v2 calls
- Reordered data parsing so it looks more natural on output
- Explicit python3 calls in makefile