Here is the documentation for CLI usage.
$ phoneinfoga PhoneInfoga is one of the most advanced tools to scan phone numbers using only free resources. Usage: phoneinfoga [command] Examples: phoneinfoga scan -n <number> Available Commands: help Help about any command scan Scan a phone number serve Serve web client version Print current version of the tool Flags: -h, --help help for phoneinfoga Use "phoneinfoga [command] --help" for more information about a command.
Running a scan
scan command with the
phoneinfoga scan -n "+1 (555) 444-1212" phoneinfoga scan -n "+33 06 79368229" phoneinfoga scan -n "33679368229"
Special chars such as
( ) - + will be escaped so typing US-based numbers stay easy :
phoneinfoga scan -n "+1 555-444-3333"
Note that the country code is essential. You don't know which country code to use ? Find it here
- Google search
Numverify provide standard but useful informations such as number's country code, location, line type and carrier.
OVH is, besides being a web and cloud hosting company, a telecom provider with several VoIP numbers in Europe. Thanks to their API-key free REST API, we are able to tell if a number is owned by OVH Telecom or not.
Google search uses Google search engine and Google Dorks to search phone number's footprints everywhere on the web. It allows you to search for scam reports, social media profiles, documents and more. This scanner does only one thing: generating several Google search links from a given phone number. You then have to manually open them in your browser to see results. You may therefore have links that do not return any results.
Launch web client & REST API
Run the tool through a REST API with a web client. The API has been written in Go and web client in Vue.js.
phoneinfoga serve phoneinfoga serve -p 8080 # default port is 5000
You should then be able to see the web client at
Run the REST API only
You can choose to only run the REST API without the web client :
phoneinfoga serve --no-client