Tool Documentation:

inspy Usage Examples

Search LinkedIn for google employees (–empspy) with the provided wordlist of job titles (/usr/share/inspy/wordlists/title-list-large.txt).

[email protected]:~# inspy --empspy /usr/share/inspy/wordlists/title-list-large.txt google

Search for technologies (–techspy) in use at the target company (cisco) using the provided list of terms (/usr/share/inspy/wordlists/tech-list-small.txt).

[email protected]:~# inspy --techspy /usr/share/inspy/wordlists/tech-list-small.txt cisco

Packages and Binaries:


This package contains a Python based LinkedIn enumeration tool.

You will need an API key from HunterIO.

Installed size: 45 KB
How to install: sudo apt install inspy

  • python3
  • python3-bs4
  • python3-requests
[email protected]:~# inspy -h
usage: inspy [-h] [--domain DOMAIN] [--email EMAIL] [--titles [file]]
             [--html file] [--csv file] [--json file] [--xml file]

InSpy - A LinkedIn enumeration tool by Jonathan Broche (@LeapSecurity),
version 3.0.0

positional arguments:
  company          Company name to use for tasks.

  -h, --help       show this help message and exit
  --domain DOMAIN  Company domain to use for searching.
  --email EMAIL    Email format to create email addresses with. [Accepted
                   Formats: [email protected], [email protected],
                   [email protected], [email protected], [email protected],
                   [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]]
  --titles [file]  Discover employees by title and/or department. Titles and
                   departments are imported from a new line delimited file.
                   [Default: title-list-small.txt]

Output Options:
  --html file      Print results in HTML file.
  --csv file       Print results in CSV format.
  --json file      Print results in JSON.
  --xml file       Print results in XML.

Updated on: 2022-Aug-05