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aks - Authoritative PGP Key Server


aks is an implementation of an Authoritative PGP Key Server, using HAKP, as defined in the HTTP Authoritative Keyserver Protocol. It is intended to be a demonstration of a working Authoritative Key Server using updated REST principles. aks can be run as a stand-alone web server or as an additional web server inside of a Node application. To create it, simply create an instance of aks and instruct it to listen on the proper port.

sephia-five - A secure and PGP enabled webmail module for Phosphorus Five


Sephia Five is an webmail Phosphorus Five module, with support for PGP cryptography, and many more interesting features. Most intrusions and data leaks occurs due to human behavior. Kevin Mitnick often referred to himself as a social engineer, and not a hacker, since he would primarily take advantage of human weakness, instead of launching a direct attack on a computer system. Medio 2017, the Norwegian government had a huge data leak, which created a lot of problems to the Norwegian minister of fish Per Sandberg. The reason was that a fishing tycoon had sent an email to what he thought was Per Sandberg's private email, but actually lead to a completely different guy.

verify-npm-signature - verify the npm registry's pgp signature on a package-version


Verify the npm registry's pgp signature for a package version, one stop shopping edition. This tool requires that you have the Keybase command-line tool already installed. Note that many older packages don't have signatures yet, so the lack of a signature does not yet indicate anything is wrong.

node-gpg - GPG encryption and decryption in node.js by way of the gpg command-line tool


This module is a wrapper around gpg for use within Node. Node-GPG takes care of spawning gpg, passing it the correct arguments, and piping input to stdin. It can also pipe input in from files and output out to files. Use Node-GPG if you are considering calling gpg directly from your application.




lokey - A tool that makes it easy to work with and convert between cryptographic key formats


lokey is a tool that makes it easy to work with and convert between cryptographic key formats. Named after the shape shifting and mischief-making Trickster from Norse mythology, this tool serves to test the bounds of possibilities and order.

node-keybase - Keybase.io library for Node.js


node-keybase can be initialized with a username/email and passphrase for authentication or it can be passed in later login.


SplitShare - Shamir's Secret Sharing Algorithm implementation in golang combined with PGP and a mail delivery system


SplitShare uses Shamir's Secret Sharing Algorithm to split a secret in multiple parts and PGP to encrypt each share with the public key of the owner and then send the encrypted share via mail. You can download and run the pre-builted binary or build it from source.

nullchat - ad-hoc end-to-end encrypted chats with PGP


Ad-hoc secure messaging for all. nullchat is an ad-hoc secure messaging app that allows two users to share a link in order to open a secure PGP end-to-end encrypted messaging tunnel.

yam - :mailbox_with_mail: YAM (short for 'Yet Another Mailer') is a MIME-compliant open-source Internet email client written for Amiga-based computer systems (AmigaOS4, AmigaOS3, MorphOS, AROS)


YAM (short for Yet Another Mailer) is a MIME-compliant open-source mail user agent (MUA) written for Amiga-based computer systems (AmigaOS4, AmigaOS3, MorphOS, AROS). It supports POP3, SMTP, TLSv1/SSLv3 connection security, multiple users, multiple identities , PGPv2/v5 encryption, unlimited hierarchical folders, filters, a configurable user interface based on the Magic User Interface (MUI) framework and an ARexx interface and many other features which are common for MUAs today. As the development of YAM goes back to 1995 it is one of the most feature-rich applications on the Amiga platform. Especially the MUI-based user interface allowed to implement functionality which are commonly used in graphical mail user client on other platforms today. Furthermore, the focus on support and compliance to recent RFCs is one of the key goals of YAM.