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  1. Securely and anonymously share files, host websites, and chat with friends using the Tor network

    Python 4.9k 581

  2. Securely and easily download, verify, install, and launch Tor Browser in Linux

    Python 563 153

  3. Automatically delete your old tweets, except for the ones you want to keep

    Python 542 53

  4. A quick and simple cryptographically secure script to generate high entropy passphrases using EFF's wordlists

    Python 168 22

  5. Take potentially dangerous PDFs, office documents, or images and convert them to a safe PDF

    Python 1.4k 62

  6. Container for dangerzone which converts potentially a dangerous PDF, office document, or image into a safe PDF

    Python 35 6

5,432 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

November 2021

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in onionshare/onionshare that received 4 comments

Improved Flatpak and Snapcraft packaing

This PR, along with the onionshare-2.4.1 branch of the Flatpak repository, fixes #1459. In both Flatpak and Snapcraft, snowflake-client and meek-cl…

+417 −616 4 comments
Opened 3 other pull requests in 2 repositories
onionshare/onionshare 1 merged 1 open
flatpak/flatpak-builder-tools 1 open
Reviewed 2 pull requests in 1 repository
onionshare/onionshare 2 pull requests

Created an issue in onionshare/onionshare-shared that received 8 comments

All services need a manifest.json

If there will be non-Tor Browser clients, then every service should have a machine-readable manifest at /manifest.json that the clients can read. T…

305 contributions in private repositories Nov 1 – Nov 24

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