crosstalk-cli is a command-line interface for interacting with Crosstalk Swarm.
While Crosstalk is in the current alpha development stage, it's messages are being heavily logged for debugging purposes. If you create an account, please DO NOT provide a password that you cannot afford to make known to me.
Naturally, this will not be the case as Crosstalk matures.
Aside from the above consideration, your passwords are being securely one-way hashed using thousands of iterations of cryptographic one-way hash with individual and application-wide salt components.
npm install -g crosstalk-cli
~$ crosstalk --help Crosstalk CLI Valid commands are: crosstalk signup crosstalk activate crosstalk account * crosstalk login [ACCOUNT_NAME] crosstalk logout crosstalk version crosstalk worker *
* indicates nested commands. Typing
crosstalk account or
crosstalk worker will display help for commands. Furthermore, typing any command with
--help flag, will display help information for that command.
~$ crosstalk signup info: Preparing to create a Crosstalk account... help: You can also provide ACCOUNT_NAME as the first param. help: crosstalk account create [ACCOUNT_NAME] prompt: Enter account name: tristan prompt: Enter your email address: firstname.lastname@example.org warn: *** SECURITY NOTICE *** warn: While Crosstalk is in the current alpha development stage, warn: it's messages are being heavily logged for debugging purposes. warn: For now, please DO NOT provide a password that you cannot warn: make known to Crosstalk. warn: In the future, this will no longer be the case. prompt: Enter your password: prompt: Confirm your password: info: Creating account for tristan info: Account created for tristan help: See also: help: crosstalk login to login help: crosstalk logout to logout info: Crosstalk OK
While Crosstalk is in alpha preview, new accounts will need to be activated once you receive an activation token.
~$ crosstalk activate help: You can also provide ACCOUNT_NAME as the first param. help: crosstalk account activate [ACCOUNT_NAME] [ACTIVATION_TOKEN] prompt: Enter account name: tristan help: You can also provide ACTIVATION_TOKEN as the second param. help: crosstalk account activate [ACCOUNT_NAME] [ACTIVATION_TOKEN] prompt: Enter activation token: 5c7b6ef4dda8bbe73ced92797ae7... info: Activating tristan info: Account tristan is now active help: See also: help: crosstalk login to login help: crosstalk signup to signup info: Crosstalk OK
After you login using
crosstalk login [ACCOUNT_NAME] the Crosstalk session token will be saved in your configuration file specified by
$CROSSTALK_CONFIG (if defined), otherwise
~/.crosstalk.config, under field
crosstalkToken. When you logout via
crosstalk logout, the token will be deleted.