Hidden Eye is an all in one tool that can be used to perform a variety of online attacks on user accounts. It’s well loaded, therefore it can be used as keylogger (keystroke logging), phishing tool, information collector, social engineering tool, etc.
Hidden Eye: Advanced Phishing Tool [Android-Support-Available]
As a modern phishing tool, Hidden Eye is very good at what it does. The perfect combination of all its functional components gives it an upper hand when attacking accounts. By using brute force attacks it can effectively access the user’s personal information. Hidden Eye can easily crack user passwords and can also collect other personal data belonging to the victim.
Depending on the attack vector selected you can easily hack user accounts such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and many others. It can be used to carry out phishing on 30+ pages. The tool can also run on android devices through the UserLand app or Termux app.
- Can perform live attacks (IP, geolocation, country, etc.)
- Captures victim’s keystrokes (using keylogger function)
- Serveo URL type selection (selects between RANDOM URL and CUSTOM URL)
- Numerous phishing pages (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Dropbox, Reddit, WordPress, Yahoo, and many more)
- Android support (Termux/UserLand)
- Linux (Tested on: Kali Linux, Parrot OS, Ubuntu, Arch Linux, Black Arch, OS X High Sierra, etc.)
- Android (Termux/UserLand)
This tool can’t be run effectively is some components are not in place, so make sure that you’ve installed the following:
- Python 3
- Wget from Python
Clone the repo:
$ git clone https://github.com/DarkSecDevelopers/HiddenEye.git
Navigate to the working directory and install requirements (
$ cd HiddenEye
$ sudo pip3 install -r requirements.txt
Run with the following:
$ python3 HiddenEye.py
First, you need to install Termux, then install all requirements:
$ pkg install git python php curl openssh grep $ pip3 install wget
Clone the repo:
$ git clone -b Termux-Support-Branch https://github.com/DarkSecDevelopers/HiddenEye.git
Make the Hidden Eye executable:
$ chmod 777 HiddenEye
Navigate to the working directory and run:
$ cd HiddenEye $ ./HiddenEye.py
For detailed installation instructions on different distros, click the “documentation” button below.