How to Install Seeker In Termux

How to Set Up Seeker on Termux

Hey there! Let's talk about setting up Seeker on your Termux. The idea behind Seeker is pretty straightforward. Just like how we create phishing pages to capture login details, what if we create a fake page that asks for someone's location? Seeker does just that. It creates a fake website using the built-in PHP server and uses Serveo to generate a link. We send this link to our target. When the target opens it, the fake website requests location permission. If they grant it, we can access:

- Longitude
- Latitude
- Accuracy
- Altitude (sometimes)
- Direction (if the user is moving)
- Speed (if the user is moving)

In addition to location info, without needing any special permissions, we also retrieve device details like:

- Operating System
- Platform
- Number of CPU Cores
- Approximate RAM amount
- Screen Resolution
- GPU information
- Browser Name and Version
- Public IP Address
- IP Address Reconnaissance

Tested on various platforms including:
- Kali Linux
- BlackArch Linux
- Ubuntu
- Kali Nethunter
- Termux
- Parrot OS

Now, let's get into the installation steps specifically for Termux:

1. First, fire up your Termux app.

2. Run these commands to make sure everything is up to date:
   $ apt update && apt upgrade
3. Install the necessary tools:
   $ pkg install git -y
   $ pkg install php -y
   $ pkg install openssh -y
   $ pkg install wget -y
   $ pkg install python -y
   $ pkg install python2
4. Clone the Seeker repository from GitHub:
   $ git clone
5. Move into the Seeker directory:
   $ cd seeker
6. Set the right permissions to execute the files:
   $ chmod +x *
7. Confirm the files are there:
   $ ls
8. Launch Seeker with manual targeting:
   $ python -t manual
9. Next, open a new session (you can do this in a new Termux session) and ensure you have Ngrok installed. Move to your home directory:
   $ cd
10. Start Ngrok on port 8080 (you'll need to turn on your mobile hotspot):
    $ ./ngrok http 8080
11. Copy the forwarding link provided by Ngrok.

12. Share this copied link with your target. When they click on it, you'll receive their device and location information. You can even see their location on Google Maps by copying and pasting the link into your browser.

And that's it! You're all set to use Seeker. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. Have an awesome day!
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