Introducing Uscrapper 2.0, A powerfull OSINT webscrapper that allows users to extract various personal information from a website.

It leverages web scraping techniques and regular expressions to extract email addresses, social media links, author names, geolocations, phone numbers, and usernames from both hyperlinked and non-hyperlinked sources on the webpage, supports multithreading to make this process faster, Uscrapper 2.0 is equipped with advanced Anti-webscrapping bypassing modules and supports webcrawling to scrape from various sublinks within the same domain.

The tool also provides an option to generate a report containing the extracted details.

Extracted Details:

Uscrapper extracts the following details from the provided website:

  • Email Addresses: Displays email addresses found on the website.
  • Social Media Links: Displays links to various social media platforms found on the website.
  • Author Names: Displays the names of authors associated with the website.
  • Geolocations: Displays geolocation information associated with the website.
  • Non-Hyperlinked Details: Displays non-hyperlinked details found on the website including email addresses phone numbers and usernames.

Whats New?

Uscrapper 2.0:

  • Introduced multiple modules to bypass anti-webscrapping techniques.
  • Introducing Crawl and scrape: an advanced crawl and scrape module to scrape the websites from within.
  • Implemented Multithreading to make these processes faster.

Installation Steps:

git clone
cd Uscrapper/install/ 
chmod +x ./ && ./      #For Unix/Linux systems


To run Uscrapper, use the following command-line syntax:

python [-h] [-u URL] [-c (INT)] [-t THREADS] [-O] [-ns]


  • -h, –help: Show the help message and exit.
  • -u URL, –url URL: Specify the URL of the website to extract details from.
  • -c INT, –crawl INT: Specify the number of links to crawl
  • -t INT, –threads INT: Specify the number of threads to use while crawling and scraping.
  • -O, –generate-report: Generate a report file containing the extracted details.
  • -ns, –nonstrict: Display non-strict usernames during extraction.