Journal from the command line with privacy & security
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README.md

Jay

The journal for the paranoid.

Jay is a simple command line utility to keep track of a personal journal privately and securely.

Credits to jrnl for inspiration.

Principles

  • Simple. It's a journal and nothing more.
  • Quick. It's asymetrically encrypted, meaning that you need a password when reading your notes, but not when you jot them down.
  • Private. Your notes are kept locked away behind your (hopefully secure) password.
  • Secure. Jay follows up-to-date security recommendations, using pbkdf2 and rsa 4096.