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Python package to interact with http://haveibeenpwned.com

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PwnedCheck

Python package to interact with http://haveibeenpwned.com

Installation

$ pip install PwnedCheck

Usage

For a complete overview of the haveibeenpwned API please see https://haveibeenpwned.com/API.

All checks are done through the check method. This will check a single email address against the haveibeenpwned API and return a list of sites that the email address has been found on.

If the email address is not found in any of the data leaks, it will return an empty list ([]).

If the email address is invalid (not properly formatted), PwnedCheck will throw an InvalidEmail exception.

import pwnedcheck

print pwnedcheck.check(“foo@bar.com”)

You can also just pass a username into the check method. The haveibeenpwned.com API will search this username against the Snapchat leak.

v0.1.3, 2014-01-02 – Update documentation for Snapchat Username search v0.1.2, 2013-12-17 – Fixed documentation for PyPi v0.1.1, 2013-12-17 – Fixed typo in urllib2 import v0.1.0, 2013-12-17 – Initial release.

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