Most of my free software is available on my GitHub profile. The list below contains select software projects that I consider particularly interesting and useful.
Nitriding is a Go tool kit that makes it possible to run your application inside an AWS Nitro Enclave. Let’s assume that you built a Web service in Rust. You can now use nitriding to move your Rust code into a secure enclave, making it possible for your users to remotely verify that you are in fact running the code that you claim to run.
Tokenizer receives sensitive input from somewhere, tokenizes it, and sends the output somewhere else. This summary is deliberately vague because tokenizer’s input, output, and tokenization are pluggable: Input can come from an HTTP API or stdin. Tokenization can be done by HMAC-SHA-256 or CryptoPAn. The output can be a Kafka broker or stdout. Tokenizer further supports pluggable aggregation, which dictates how input is processed.
The ZeroTrace Go package
0trace traceroute technique.
The API is straightforward:
Instantiate a new ZeroTrace object and call its
by providing the
net.Conn object of an already-established TCP connection.
The method returns the round-trip time to the client
(or the hop that’s closest) or an error.
is a fast and modular Python-based scanner for Tor exit relays.
Exitmap modules implement tasks that are run over (a subset of) all exit relays.
If you have a background in functional programming,
think of exitmap as a
map() interface for Tor exit relays:
Modules can perform any TCP-based networking task like fetching a web page,
uploading a file, connecting to an SSH server, or joining an IRC channel.
Bridgestrap implements an API (for machines) and a Web interface (for people) to test Tor bridge lines by making a Tor instance fetch the bridges’ descriptor.