VERSION 3.7 https://github.com/matamorphosis/Scrummage Code efficiency enhancements and bug fixes for plugins. Significant UI/UX enhancements. Implementation of MFA. Due to the above change, if you are upgrading from version 3.6, an update has been made to the backend database. In the installation directory, there is a file called "3.7_Upgrade.py", please copy your config.jsonfile to this directory and run the script to update it to the latest standard. Running it will update the userstable to be in line with the new version. Scrummage is an OSINT tool that centralises search functionality from a bounty of powerful, publicly-available, third-party, OSINT websites. This project draws inspiration mainly from two other, open-source projects, including: The Scumblr project, which while is now deprecated, inspired this concept. The OSINT Framework project, which is a visualization tool, depicts a range of sites that can be used to search for a variety of things. While at first glance the....
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