Pyinfo – A simple tool to answer the simple questions: what’s my ip? Do websites think I’m a bad guy?

Pyinfo is a simple script I’ve written in python to help understand what connection I’m using and what normal websites think of me when I’m using it. It gives simple informations like:

  • Your public IP address
  • Your hostname
  • Your MAC address
  • The country you appear to connect from
  • If you are using TOR or a VPN
  • A score based on getipintel.net to assign a score to how suspicious your ip appears to a random website (remember to use your own email address)

Use this tool to check if you are actually who you want to be!

 

Installation

git clone https://github.com/TrinTragula/Pynfo_Script.git
cd Pynfo_Script
pip install -r requirements.txt

 

Usage

python pynfo.py

 

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