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.

Published by Tamil S

Tamil has a great interest in the fields of Cyber Security, OSINT, and CTF projects. Currently, he is deeply involved in researching and publishing various security tools with Kali Linux Tutorials, which is quite fascinating.

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