A Python interface to the Have I Been Pwned API
# Have I Been Pwned?
Python interface to Have I Been Pwned API
## What is Have I Been Pwned?
[Have I Been Pwned](https://haveibeenpwned.com/) is a free resource to quickly assess if an account or domain has been compromised or “pwned” in a data breach. By aggregating the data here the project helps victims be aware of account compromises, and highlights the severity of the risks of Internet-wide attacks. For more information on who, what, and why, click [here](https://haveibeenpwned.com/About).
` requests gevent `
This library runs on Python3.x+
To install, run:
` $ pip install hibp `
## To run
You can query breach data on individual accounts/domains as well as data on full breaches. Each service request object contains a response attribute that holds the raw data output in JSON format. To perform a query, just setup a service request object, and then execute:
`python >> req = HIBP.get_account_breaches("pegasos1") >> req.execute() >> req.response `
If you want to query on multiple accounts or domains at once, you can use the AsyncHIBP object, which performs queries concurrently via gevent.
`python >> names = ['adobe','ashleymadison', 'myspace'] >> breaches = [HIBP.get_breach(x) for x in names] >> async_reqs = AsyncHIBP().map(breaches) >> [async_req.response for async_req in async_reqs] `
In addition to a canonical map method, AsyncHIBP also supports the imap method, which returns a generator object for lazy queries.
`python >> domains = ['twitter.com','facebook.com', 'adobe.com'] >> breaches = [HIBP.get_domain_breaches(x) for x in domains] >> async_reqs = AsyncHIBP().imap(breaches) >> next(async_reqs) `
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