Reproducibly verify assumptions about your network: DNS, available hosts, open ports, TLS configuration; nmap, testssl, and dig/kdig in an Ansible-shaped trench coat.
Rysiek calls it a poor being's personal SHODAN.
platformabuse.org is a knowledge source of technological harms and mitigations to guide safer product development. Product teams today are underprepared for the ways in which their technology can harm or underserve people. Select your product’s features, and check for lurking harms.
A curated list of services and alternatives that respect your privacy because PRIVACY MATTERS.
At Futel, we believe in the preservation of public telephone hardware as a means of providing access to the agora for everybody, and toward that goal we are privileged to provide free telephone calls, voicemail, and telephone-mediated services. We do not judge the motivations of our users, or who they choose to call; if they don’t have someone to call, we can provide a presence on the other end. Denial of telephony services has long been a tactic used against undesirable populations, and our devices will counteract that. But more importantly, we will help to establish a new era of communication, one in which reaching out is not only desirable, but mandatory.
Based in Portland, OR.
Github repos here: https://github.com/kra
A very small, very lightweight service monitoring daemon written in Python. Tries to make you install as little other crap as possible.
A kind and amazing hacker collective centered in Minnesota, with global friends. In addition to being a group of hackers working on stuff, they're also a non-profit co-op that provides email, Matrix, Tor, and VPS hosting.
Their hosting service is called Capsul (https://capsul.org/)
A conditional execution system and scheduler. Pretty much a self-hosted IFTTT. So far it doesn't have a lot of modules but that'll probably change at some point. Already following.
A directory of free APIs for use in software and web development.
A huge list of alternatives to Google products. Privacy tips, tricks, and links. Browser addons, replacements, alternatives, risk overviews and *-eyes hazard ratings.
List of libraries, tools and APIs for web scraping and data processing.
The tiniest PaaS you've ever seen. Piku allows you to do git push deployments to your own servers.
A curated list of awesome console services (reachable via HTTP, HTTPS and other network protocols). wget, cURL... any CLI tool you can get your hands on, really.
A very simple static homepage for your server. No build process involved. Edit a YAML file, add titles, icons, and links to the services running on the server, load it in a browser. Unusually pretty, unusually handy. Never thought I'd like it.
A utility which probes one or more things on the network (such as a web server), and runs a command when it can reach those things. Only runs those commands when the network connection is up.
A maintained collection of free actionable resources for those conducting OSINT investigations. None of the links below should point to paid software or services, these are for actual OSINT investigations.
Apprise allows you to send a notification to almost all of the most popular notification services available to us today such as: Telegram, Pushbullet, Slack, Twitter, etc. One library, many common services and platforms. Comes with a command-line tool, also.
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.
Beehive is an event and agent system, which allows you to create your own agents that perform automated tasks triggered by events and filters. It is modular, flexible and really easy to extend for anyone. It has modules (we call them Hives), so it can interface with, talk to, or retrieve information from Twitter, Tumblr, Email, IRC, Jabber, RSS, Jenkins, Hue - to name just a few. Check out the full list of available Hives in our Wiki.
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