"Tinfoil Chat (TFC) is a FOSS+FHD peer-to-peer messaging system that relies on high assurance hardware architecture to protect users from passive collection, MITM attacks and most importantly, remote key exfiltration.
#TFC is designed for people with one of the most complex threat models: organized crime groups and nation state hackers who bypass end-to-end encryption of traditional secure messaging apps by hacking the endpoint."
why not use,
$ base64 file.ext | tr -d '\n' > output.txt
$ base64 file.ext > output.ext
If you are webdev, you know what the hazard is 😏
@bdeshi স্বাগতম, সুস্বাগতম!
Welcome here. It is time for repent together.
Paperback-cli is a tool which encodes any file into a very large 2D #barcode which can be decoded back into the original file. The encoded barcode is resilient to error and can be printed onto a piece of paper to later be scanned and decoded. Paperback-cli can encode upwards of 500 kB of raw data per laser printed page.
Website 🔗️: https://git.teknik.io/scuti/paperback-cli
The game is on, although I don't like a name!
Bill Gates-backed Heliogen targets 1,500°C solar thermal
A US startup backed by Bill Gates is targeting solar thermal energy hitting 1,500°C that can transform carbon-heavy industrial processes and create zero-carbon fuels. Heliogen uses advanced computer vision software to align a large array of mirrors with extreme precision in order to reflect sunlight to a single target. The California-based company claims it has […]
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Bengali folk song.
Worklog is a program which tracks time spent on various activities. Worklog reads from a project file which maps keys to activities. When started the keymap is displayed for quick reference, and keys can be pressed to start the clock for the corresponding activity. Once the activity is switched the time spent on the activity is logged to a file.
Website 🔗️: https://gitlab.com/atsb/worklog
apt 📦️: worklog
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!