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SecureDrop - Whistleblower Submission System


SecureDrop is an open-source whistleblower submission system that media organizations can use to securely accept documents from and communicate with anonymous sources. It was originally created by the late Aaron Swartz and is currently managed by Freedom of the Press Foundation. Among the tools used in and around the SecureDrop application are: Tor, GnuPG encryption, Apache, OSSEC, grsecurity, Ubuntu, the Tails operating system, and an air-gap.

Openxpki - Manage Keys and Certificate


The OpenXPKI project has the vision to publish a software stack that provides all necessary components to manage keys and certificates primarily based on the X509v3 cryptography standard.

Titan - Command line password manager


Titan is a command line password manager. Titan uses OpenSSL library to perform the encryption. AES encryption is used with 256 bit keys. Password database is also protected from tampering by using a keyed-hash message autentication code (HMAC). Unique, cryptographically random initialization vector is used during the encryption. New initialization vector is generated each time the password database is encrypted.