The projects of mine that I'm currently focused on, as of...
CrypTag encrypts your data and makes it searchable by tag/keyword. I announced it at DEF CON 23 in August of 2015 (slides). On March 3, 2016 I launched a CrypTag web app for Sandstorm, and that same week I launched CrypTag Scope for Ubuntu Phone, from which you can access your (encrypted) passwords and notes.
I'm currently creating a CrypTag-based group password manager, and another app for accessing arbitrary files from all your devices + sharing them with others.
Here's the CrypTag GitHub repo and the new
@_cryptag_ Twitter account.
Currently, my sole focus is CrypTag and related techno-activist work, like giving talks/workshops and understanding the needs of vulnerable users (like activists and journalists).
CryptActiv: Secure apps for activists.
CryptActiv was announced at this talk/workshop on March 13, 2016.
CrypTag, which encrypts your data and makes it searchable by tag/keyword. I announced it at DEF CON 23 in August of 2015 (slides). Currently using it as the foundation of a password manager I'm developing. (If you want to join the next round of beta testers, email me!) Here's the CrypTag GitHub repo.
Cloakcast, a chat system that not only hides what you're saying (using encryption), but when you're saying it (slides describing an early version). The latest incarnation also hides who you're chatting with. (Clients encrypt their real message alongside decoy messages, then send one message to each of many other users.) Code coming soon.
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