ONYPHE is a search engine for open-source and cyber threat intelligence data collected by crawling various sources available on the Internet or by listening to Internet background noise. ONYPHE correlates this information with data gathered by performing active Internet scanning for connected devices. It then normalizes information and make it available via an API and its search language.
SHODAN has a service where you can use them to monitor your your stuff if you have an account with API access. Schedule and run scans, get alerts if something new or unexpected appears. Has its own API and CLI tool, too.
put.io is a service that takes care of downloading most of the things.
A company that integrates with banks and financial institutions and provides an API when said institutions don't. Some fairly prominent companies seem to use them (Betterment, Venmo, Coinbase, Fanny Mae, AmEx). Intended for helping users budget, manage payments, and bookkeeping.
API docs: https://plaid.com/docs/
Dataforge is an fledgling independent, hybrid shell provider/tilde server operated by Wesley Banderia (aka; praetor) of Fort Worth, Texas. While it's core mission is to provide services to retrocomputing enthusiasts, it serves as a home for anyone.
Dataforge is hosted on a fleet of Silicon Graphics machines, its primary tilde host is running on an SGI Challenge S. Dataforge UUCP, however, is running on a Google Cloud VPS for purposes of reliability and fault tolerance.
A startup trying to make email groups great again. Whether or not they succeed remains to be seen.
GreyNoise is a system that collects and analyzes data on Internet-wide scanners. GreyNoise collects data on benign scanners such as Shodan.io, as well as malicious actors like SSH and telnet worms.
The data is collected by a network of sensors deployed around the Internet in various datacenters, cloud providers, and regions.
Free service that gives wildcard DNS for anybody for free. Including RFC-1918 IP's. Pretty cool how they did it. Software is an add-on for PowerDNS.
Record or upload high-quality audio, host unlimited episodes, and distribute everywhere with just one click. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, there’s never been a better way to podcast. Supports web browsers, iOS, and Android devices. Record anywhere. Distributed teams. Can support callers to the show, too. Has a visual editor for recorded material. Upload existing audio files to mix into the recordings.
SayThanks.io provides a handy URL for you to share with your open source projects— it encourages users to send a simple thank you note to you, the creator of that project.
This simple link can be added to READMEs and project documentation.
Designed to reduce the burden of blocking when many accounts are attacking you, or when a few accounts are attacking many people in your community. It uses the Twitter API. If you choose to share your list of blocks, your friends can subscribe to your list so that when you block an account, they block that account automatically. When blocklists are updated, the changes are propagated without your having to do anything.
Requires that you grant access to your Twitter account to the service.
If there are accounts that you blocked before you started using Block Together, and then you subscribe to a blocklist which happens to include that account, and then you stop using that blocklist, the accounts will stay blocked. It doesn't un-do any blocks you put in yourself.
Blocklists top out at 250k accounts.
TimeZoneDB provides free time zone database for cities of the world. The database is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. It contains countries name, time zones, abbreviation, GMT offset, and Daylight Saving Time (DST). The data is available in CSV and SQL format. You can download and implement into your projects for free.
API access also available to query time zone information. You can get time zone data by latitude & longitude, or zone name. You need to register a API key to access the API.
Our easy to use API and developer tools provide secure, reliable, and scalable access to Ethereum and IPFS. We provide the infrastructure for your decentralized applications so you can focus on the features.
Txti is fast web pages for everybody. Most of the world still does not have internet, but many websites from countries like the United States are big and complicated. This makes it hard for people with slow internet to use these sites. It is even harder for those people to put their own thoughts on the internet. With txti, anyone can use any device to share their story.
Online service that does text-to-speech as a service. Free at the low end, cheap at the high end. If you can send it text (even an RSS feed!) it will read and turn it into recorded audio with a synthesizer. Supports 26 languages.
There's a better way: a network of independent microblogs. Short posts like tweets but on your own web site that you control.
Micro.blog is a safe community for microblogs. A timeline to follow friends and discover new posts. Hosting built on open standards.
A site that lets you create map layers on top of Open Streetmap and make them shareable and embeddable. You can upload geodata or sketch in the data you want.
Source code: https://github.com/umap-project/umap
A website dedicated to helping people navigate mazes of IVR systems to talk to a human operator.
A site that sells replacement parts for laptops, including LCD screens.