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Python client for Lookyloo

Project description

PyLookyloo

This is the client API for Lookyloo.

Installation

pip install pylookyloo

Usage

  • You can use the lookyloo command to enqueue an URL.
usage: lookyloo [-h] [--url URL] --query QUERY

Enqueue a URL on Lookyloo.

optional arguments:
  -h, --help     show this help message and exit
  --url URL      URL of the instance (defaults to https://lookyloo.circl.lu/,
                 the public instance).
  --query QUERY  URL to enqueue.

The response is the permanent URL where you can see the result of the capture.
  • Or as a library
from pylookyloo import Lookyloo

lookyloo = Lookyloo('https://url.of.lookyloo.instance')
if lookyloo.is_up:  # to make sure it is up and reachable
	permaurl = lookyloo.enqueue('http://url.to.lookup')

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