PrivateBin is a minimalist, open source online pastebin where the server has zero knowledge of pasted data.
Data is encrypted/decrypted in the browser using 256bit AES in Galois Counter mode.
There is no check if the content is a text file (try sending a PNG). The server side will complain if the file is too large.
./privatebin.js <path to text file> [optional password] [optional PrivateBin FQDN]
This script works on Unix/Linux systems that have the
node binary in their path.
which node on the shell, to check if you have node JS installed. If it
is found, you can clone this git repository and execute the PrivateBin CLI client
as described above under "Usage".
Create a paste with the contents of
Create a password protected paste (this logs the password in your shell history):
./privatebin.js ~/example.txt 'please use a much more secure password'
Create a paste (no password) on a the PrivateBin server at
./privatebin.js ~/example.txt '' example.com
There are currently quite a few hardcoded values you might want to change, you find these at lines 28 and following:
privatebinProtocol = 'https', // protocol used, may be 'https' or 'http' privatebinPort = 443, // port on the server side, typically 443 for https and 80 for http privatebinPath = '/', // path of the PrivateBin installation expiration = 'never', // any valid expiration time as configured on the PrivateBin instance in question format = 'plaintext', // may be 'plaintext', 'syntaxhighlighting' or 'markdown', changes the display of the resulting paste burnafterreading = 1, // if set to 1, expiration is ignored, 0 to use a fixed paste expiration timer opendiscussion = 0, // if a comments should be allowed (if enabled on the server), ignored if burnafterreading is set to 1