NExfil is an OSINT tool written in python for finding profiles by username. The provided usernames are checked on over 350 websites within few seconds. The goal behind this tool was to get results quickly while maintaining low amounts of false positives.
Whether you’re experiencing or witnessing online abuse, this Field Manual offers concrete strategies for how to defend yourself and others. We wrote this guidance with and for those disproportionately impacted by online abuse: writers, journalists, artists, and activists who identify as women, BIPOC, and/or LGBTQIA+. Whatever your identity or vocation, anyone active online will find useful tools and resources here for navigating online abuse and tightening digital safety.
Welcome to OpenCola™, a P2P content sharing and discovery network. It's an alternative to current social media that puts you in control of your personal data and allows you to shape the flow of information around you.
It's an alpha release. Still tricky. Messing with it.
A Python module for interacting with the Cohost social network. By reading through the code you can figure out how the actual Cohost API works.
cohost is a new social media platform built from the ground up by a small team of developers and designers who like sharing things on the internet. cohost will never sell your data, sell ads, or sell the company to anyone who might change these policies to make a quick buck. All your follows’ posts, in the order they were posted, in a timeline that goes vertically. Clear and effective moderation done by humans. We think existing platforms have some good ideas, but no one’s managed to create one without profound flaws. We’re borrowing liberally from other sites, but we want to build cohost into something that works well and serves its users rather than just another clone.
USENET-inspired, uncensorable, decentralized internet discussion system running on IPFS and OrbitDB, with lots of 80's style synthewave puns. Aims to be censorship-resistant and distributed. Requires a local IPFS client to access the network.
This Agora is a wiki like experimental social network and distributed knowledge graph. A node is the set of all notes and resources with a given title or otherwise mapping to an entity description. Subnodes (blocks) in a node can come from a variety of sources; they are resources volunteered by Agora users through their independent repositories. As of August 2021, these are mostly notes from digital gardens. The wikilink is the heart of this Agora: wikilinks serve as a tool to indicate a social context assembled out of individual and group contributions. In this Agora, foo bar will resolve to every resource that identifies with entity 'foo'; in particular, currently every file named foo-bar.md, foo-bar.jpg, foo-bar.png, etc. An Agora tries to best-effort integrate user contributions while preserving meaning and volunteering interesting information. You can also think of it as a sequential wiki.
Guppe brings social groups to the fediverse — making it easy to connect and meet new people based on shared interests without the manipulation of your attention to maximize ad revenue nor the walled garden lock-in of capitalist social media. Guppe groups look like regular users you can interact with using your existing account on any ActivityPub service, but they automatically share anything you send them with all of their followers.
This page even has a list of groups to get you started!
A web extension that redirects YouTube, Twitter, Instagram... requests to alternative privacy friendly frontends and backends.
The repo is useful just for the list of more user-friendly alternative front-ends to stuff.
Well, it probably is, you'll just be the only user.
A Wordpress plugin that pretends to be a socnet. Plug the RSS feeds or Twitter profiles into the config page and it'll show you updates as they happen. Pretends to be an RSS feed reader. Private blog posts only for other Friends that follow you. Supports IndieAuth. Cross-blog private messages.
Graph-tool is an efficient Python module for manipulation and statistical analysis of graphs and networks. Contrary to most other Python modules with similar functionality, the core data structures and algorithms are implemented in C++, making extensive use of template metaprogramming, based heavily on the Boost Graph Library. This confers it a level of performance that is comparable (both in memory usage and computation time) to that of a pure C/C++ library. Conveniently draw your graphs, using a variety of algorithms and output formats (including to the screen). Graph-tool has its own layout algorithms and versatile, interactive drawing routines based on cairo and GTK+, but it can also work as a very comfortable interface to the excellent graphviz package.
Source code: https://git.skewed.de/count0/graph-tool
A cross-platform, user-friendly free software application for social network analysis and visualization. Draw social networks with a few clicks on a virtual canvas, load field data from a file in a supported format. Edit actors and ties through point-and-click, analyse graph and social network properties, produce beautiful HTML reports and embed visualization layouts to the network.
Alternative privacy-respecting frontends for popular services. Some of them have additional useful features, like RSS feeds and APIs that suck less.
Reddit Persona is a python module that extracts personality insights, sentiment & interests from a user account. Support for subreddit analysis not working due to praw update v3--> v5, fix incoming ).
Text is collected via reddit's python API, praw, and NLP is powered by the indico.io API.
A utility which searches entire social networks for a supplied username and prints the profiles it finds.
English readme: https://github.com/snooppr/snoop/blob/master/README.en.md
GoToSocial provides a lightweight, customizable, and safety-focused entryway into the Fediverse, and is comparable to (but distinct from) existing projects such as Mastodon, Pleroma, Friendica, and PixelFed.
With GoToSocial, you can keep in touch with your friends, post, read, and share images and articles, without being tracked or advertised to. Because GoToSocial uses the ActivityPub protocol, you can hang out not just with people on your home server, but with people all over the Fediverse, seamlessly.
Full support for modern, elegant apps like Tusky and Pinafore.
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.