Minecraft account checker (python)
Hi guys. I created a simple command line account checker with python that will check a list of accounts in a file. Feel free to add to it or give suggestions on how I can improve it.
Each account should be on a seperate line. The order should be username[seperatorhere]password or username[seperatorhere]ingame[seperatorhere]password with the seperator being the same.
You can use different arguments alongside the file in the command line to use it to your liking.
These arguments are:
-s : change the separator between the username and password. to use spaces put ^ instead, it will be replaced with a space. (Defaults to : if argument not used)
-f : instruct it what file to read from that contains the usernames and passwords. (Defaults to accounts.txt if not used)
-o : instruct the file to be used to output the working usernames and passwords. (Defaults to output.txt if not used)
NOTE: The output file will be overwritten if the same file is used.
–complex: if used the output file will contain extra information on each account instead of just the working username and passwords
The data is in JSON format and looks like so: “username”: // The accounts username for logging in (String)
“password”: // The password for logging in (String)
“nickname”: // The in game name (String)
“paid”: // If the account is paid (Boolean)
“regIP”: // Ip where the account was registered (String)
“DOB”: // Accounts birth day (String in format day-month-year)
“suspended”: // If the account is suspended (Boolean)
“blocked”: // If the account is blocked (Boolean)
“emailVerified”: // If the account is verified with an email (Boolean)
“secured”: // If the account is ‘secure’ (Boolean)
If not used the output will be the accounts that worked formatted how they were inputted
Example This example should work on any OS but definitely works on linux: python accountchecker.py -f list -o working -s = –complex.