pdfcpu is a PDF processing library written in Go supporting encryption. It provides both an API and a CLI. Supported are all versions up to PDF 1.7 (ISO-32000). The main focus lies on strong support for batch processing and scripting via a rich command line. At the same time pdfcpu wants to make it easy to integrate PDF processing into your Go based backend system by providing a robust command set.
software that uses docker for packaging instead of RPM or dpkg or something. Everything gets installed into its own container, which is dynamically defined as the current working directory only (no subdirectories, nothing outside of the CWD even when running as root). Every Subuser container hast its own set of access permissions.
A silly page that has lots of useful stuff about unix, infosec, hacking, it, scripts, permissions, regexp, CLI tools, and other geek stuff.
A utility which uses the FUSE functionality of the Linux kernel to implement NFS in such a way that it can spoof user credentials when mounting exported file systems so you can get access to files that you wouldn't be able to otherwise.
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