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PrivateBin - A minimalist, open source online pastebin where the server has zero knowledge of pasted data

  •    PHP

PrivateBin is a minimalist, open source online pastebin where the server has zero knowledge of pasted data. Data is encrypted and decrypted in the browser using 256bit AES in Galois Counter mode.

0bin - Client side encrypted pastebin

  •    Javascript

0bin is a pastebin that encrypts the user content in the browser and can run without a database. 0bin allows anybody to host a pastebin while welcoming any type of content to be pasted in it. The idea is that one can (probably...) not be legally entitled to moderate the pastebin content as they have no way to decrypt it.

Haste - Open Source Pastebin written in node.js

  •    Javascript

Haste is an open-source pastebin software written in node.js, which is easily installable in any network. It can be backed by either redis or filesystem, and has a very easy adapter interface for other stores.

cowyo - A feature-rich wiki webserver for minimalists :cow: :speech_balloon:

  •    Go

cowyo is a self-contained wiki server that makes jotting notes easy and fast. The most important feature here is simplicity. Other features include versioning, page locking, self-destructing messages, encryption, and listifying. You can download cowyo as a single executable or install it with Go. Try it out at https://cowyo.com.There is now a command-line tool, cowyodel to interact with cowyo and transfer information between computers with only a code phrase: schollz/cowyodel.




sebsauvage-ZeroBin

  •    Javascript

A minimalist, opensource online pastebin where the server has zero knowledge of pasted data. Data is encrypted/decrypted in the browser using 256 bits AES. Data compressed and encrypted in the browser before sending to server. Server has zero knowledge of data being stored. Your data is safe even in case of server breach or seizure.

0bin - Client Side Encrypted PasteBin

  •    Python

0bin is a client side encrypted pastebin that can run without a database. 0bin allows anybody to host a pastebin while welcoming any type of content to be pasted in it. The idea is that one can (probably...) not be legally entitled to moderate the pastebin content as he/she has no way to decrypt it.

psitransfer - Simple open source self-hosted file sharing solution.

  •    Javascript

Simple open source self-hosted file sharing solution. It's an alternative to paid services like Dropbox, WeTransfer.

pb - pb is a lightweight pastebin and url shortener built using flask.

  •    Python

pb is a lightweight pastebin and url shortener built using flask. The official instance of pb can be found at ptpb.pw. Feel free deploy pb elsewhere.


linx-server - Self-hosted file/code/media sharing website

  •    Javascript

Self-hosted file/media sharing website. A helper utility linx-genkey is provided which hashes keys to the format required in the auth files.

QuickPasteIt

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QuickPasteIt is a pastebin tool for Windows and Visual Studio (2010 & 2012) which makes sharing code files and snippets as easy as one click.

dogbin - The sexiest pastebin and url shortener ever

  •    Kotlin

The easiest way to use dogbin, is from inside your browser. Type or paste your content into the text area on the homepage (ctrl + n), save it (ctrl + s) and copy the link. You can now share this link with whoever you want. If you want to create a short url from a link, simply paste the link in the text field. You can now copy the resulting link and it will automatically redirect everyone.

cowyodel - Easily move things between computers with a code phrase and https://cowyo

  •    Go

cowyodel allows simple and secure sharing of text/data between computers. cowyodel temporarily transfers your data (with optional client-side encryption) to a cowyo server where it resides until the other computer downloads it using the provided secret code phrase.or just download from the latest releases.

commie - commie is a pastebin script with line commenting support

  •    Javascript

commie is a pastebin script with line commenting support. To install, clone this somewhere under your webroot (PHP required) and make the data directory writable.

haste-client - CLI client for haste-server (hastebin.com) written in Python

  •    Python

A simple client for Haste server written in Python. Gentoo users can use haste-client ebuild from CVUT Overlay.

tastebin - A pastebin with taste i.e. minimalistic

  •    CoffeeScript

Here's what you can configure out-of-the-box: config.coffee.

webpaste

  •    Emacs

This mode allows to paste whole buffers or parts of buffers to pastebin-like services. It supports more than one service and will failover if one service fails. More services can easily be added over time and prefered services can easily be configured. This requires that you have use-package set up. But it’s in my opinion the easiest way to install and configure packages.

gisht - Gists in the shell

  •    Rust

Binaries are available for Linux and Mac. Windows binaries coming soon.

mathb - Math pastebin with LaTeX and Markdown support

  •    PHP

MathB is a web application that runs MathB.in. It is a pastebin for mathematics. One can share snippets of mathematical text using this application. The snippets can be written in LaTeX, Markdown as well as HTML. The following features are supported by this application.

pastebin - :clipboard: Tools to work with the pastebin API in R

  •    R

Pastebin is a website where you can store any text online for easy sharing. The website is mainly used by programmers to store pieces of sources code or configuration information, but anyone is more than welcome to paste any type of text. The idea behind the site is to make it more convenient for people to share large amounts of text online. If you want the impersonate parameter of new_paste() to work you must set PASTEBIN_USER and PASTEBIN_PASSWORD (preferably in ~/.Renviron).






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