Offshore.CAT is a compiled list of the real & genuine, along with the bad & garbage offshore services that we have either used/have had experience with in the past.
We publish these reports because I'm tired of getting asked what hosting they should use.
Offshore.CAT is not affiliated with any of the listed websites, our website takes zero responsibility from illegal or unethical usage. All informations are exposed as-is and might be not up to date if something recently changed.
An overview of alternative open source front-ends for popular internet platforms (e.g. YouTube, Twitter, etc.)
A community maintained and organized list of resources to block, limit, evade and otherwise futz with ads, ad tech and web tracking. Browser based, network based, videos, e-mail, VPNs, and more.
A curated list of modern Generative Artificial Intelligence projects and services.
A directory of on-demand manufacturers for your creative projects.
Each site listed has instant quotes / online ordering so you can upload your project files and immediately see how much it will cost and how long it will take to make.
Fediverse stickers - grab 'em and print 'em.
Worldwide map of OSINT tools. 614 services (cadastral maps, business registries, public transport maps, passengers lists, vehicle information), and more.
Services broken down by country and by (USian) state.
Complete.Org is a personal project managed since 1994 by John Goerzen. Here you can find: John Goerzen’s projects, services hosted here, links, and other things.
Alternative privacy-respecting frontends for popular services. Some of them have additional useful features, like RSS feeds and APIs that suck less.
An actually accurate AWS service dashboard.
Over the years I've amassed a large collection of links, resources, tools and so on that I find useful in my trading/investing activities. I'm compiling those here, along with any that were shared with me via Twitter/Reddit/email/etc and seemed useful after a cursory look. While I've done my best to link to tools that are not only legitimate but also likely to stay active, alive and useful for the foreseeable future, obviously I have no control over these companies/websites and over time some of the links may break or situations may emerge that turn them into poor recommendations. Also, this list is not exhaustive by any means and may be updated in the future as new tools/resources emerge.
HPI is a Python package (named my), a collection of modules for social networks (posts, comments, favorites), reading (e-books and pdfs), annotations, todos and notes, health data, location data, photos & videos, browser history and instant messaging. The package hides the gory details of locating data, parsing, error handling and caching. You simply ‘import’ your data and get to work with familiar Python types and data structures.
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.
5002 links, including 377 private