Eyes is an OSINT tool that focuses on extracting information related to an email address.

Whether you’re a cybersecurity professional, a private investigator, or just a curious individual, Eyes can provide insights into the digital footprint associated with a specific email.

It scours various platforms and databases to fetch data, making your investigation process smoother and more comprehensive.


Installation Guide:

Getting Eyes up and running is straightforward. Follow these steps:

  1. Clone the repository from GitHub:
$ git clone https://github.com/N0rz3/Eyes.git

2. Navigate to the Eyes directory:

$ cd ./Eyes

3. Install the required packages:

$ pip3 install -r requirements.txt

Using Eyes: A Quick Guide

Once you’ve successfully installed Eyes, using it is a breeze. Here’s a quick guide to get you started:

Basic Command Structure:

The primary command structure for Eyes is as follows:

python eyes.py [-h] [-m] [email]

Positional Argument:

  • email: Input the target email address here. Eyes will then search for information related to this email across various modules and services.


  • -h, --help: Displays a help message, providing an overview of the tool and its options.
  • -m, --modules: Provides a list of all the email modules utilized by Eyes.

Examples of Usage:

  1. Basic Email Search: To search for information related to “example@email.com“, use:
python eyes.py example@email.com

2. Viewing Available Modules: To see a list of all the modules Eyes can use in its search, type:

python eyes.py -m

3. Help: If you need assistance or a quick refresher, use the help option:

python eyes.py -h