img.bi - img.bi main website

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img.bi is a secure image hosting. Images are encrypted using AES-256 with random key in browser before upload. imgbi-server is a tool to build and host img.bi instance. I can be used alone, although it's recommended to use it with some webserver like nginx.

https://img.bi

Dependencies:

angular : ^1.4.8
angular-gettext : ^2.2.0
angular-route : ^1.4.8
angular-strap : ^2.3.6
async : ^1.5.2
base-x : ^1.0.1
bcrypt : ^0.8.5
bootstrap : ^3.3.6
cli : ^0.11.1
clipboard : ^1.5.5
compression : ^1.6.0
debug : ^2.2.0
event-stream : ^3.3.2
express : ^4.13.3
express-formidable : ^0.1.2
express-validator : ^2.18.0
gulp : ^3.9.0
gulp-angular-gettext : ^2.1.0
gulp-cached : ^1.1.0
gulp-concat : ^2.6.0
gulp-favicons : ^2.2.5
gulp-if : ^2.0.0
gulp-jade : ^1.1.0
gulp-less : ^3.0.5
gulp-newer : ^1.1.0
gulp-ng-constant : ^1.1.0
gulp-param : ^0.6.4
gulp-remember : ^0.3.0
gulp-rename : ^1.2.2
gulp-runner : ^0.1.4
gulp-sharp : ^0.1.0
gulp-uglify : ^1.5.1
hashids : 1.0.2
hiredis : ^0.4.1
mkdirp : ^0.5.1
redis : ^2.4.2
sjcl : ^1.0.3
streamqueue : ^1.1.1
validator : ^4.5.0

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