After over six months in the making, the SpiderFoot 3.4 open source release has a lot packed in with some major UI and back-end changes, plus many additional modules and improvements to existing modules.
Here’s the full list of what you’ll see in SpiderFoot 3.4:
- Dark mode. Eliminate eye strain with the flick of a switch:
- Threaded scanning architecture. SpiderFoot’s pub/sub model benefits hugely from parallelization, so you’ll notice a significant (10x or more) performance increase on large scans particularly on beefy machines.
- 14 new modules.
- Module updates to HaveIBeenPwned to look up phone numbers and collect paste information
- Spyse module updated to use v4 of their API, returning significantly more data
- AlienVault module updated to return URLs and bug fix to return co-hosted sites
- Dropped stale modules for badips.com and watchguard.
- Dropped support for Python < 3.7.
- A significant number of bug fixes and data quality improvements across the core, unit tests and modules.
See the full list of changes since 3.3 here.
Download the 3.4 release here.