Items tagged with: cli
I wrote a script that queries instances.social for the 1000 top Mastodon instances based on the number of active users, feeds that list to #checkdmarc to query for, parse, and validate DMARC #DNS records. Here are the results.
As of earlier today, 148 instances with a combined 295, 975 active users had an enforced DMARC policy (p=quarantine or p=reject). 113 instances with a combined 168,965 active users have deployed a monitor only policy, 3 instances with a combined 577 active users have an invalid DMARC record, and 113 instances with a combined 486,972 active users don't have any DMARC record.
As I looked through the list of instances, I noticed that infosec.exchange is now the 7th largest Mastodon instance on the public internet, with 18,328 active users (and counting. Thanks @jerry!
#Infosec #InformationSecuriy #phish #phishing #spoofing #adminsofmastodon #OpenSource #OpenSourceSoftware #FLOSS #Python #CLI #API
I like to stay informed specially since my tv is turned of 99.9% of the year. So that's why i use mastodon and mostly repost things i found interesting. But i noticed that a few of you had a blast when discovering #tut ( https://github.com/RasmusLindroth/tut ) a linux cli mastodon client.
So i decided to show you another too i stumbled across during the last weeks.
Over the years i bought alot of computing ebooks thru humble bundle. Now i wanted to read them while also following their examples. So you open up your #vim / #neovim and than you open up a second program to read the books.... 🤔
So i checked around and found (epr) https://github.com/wustho/epr/.
epr does exactly what it should -> a constant well readable flow of text for epub ebooks. No more pdf2html or pdf2txt which compromise on formating when you watch it in lynx or as text in vim. All i can say check it out.
since epr doesn't have a man page -> epr --help
PS: till the vim pro's make epubs native readable in vim 😊
You can access Mastodon through a command line interface using the "toot" client on your computer (at https://toot.readthedocs.io/en/latest). It's currently available for Linux and BSD.
(Note that this "toot" app is nothing to do with the "Toot!" app for iPhones. They are both used to access Mastodon, and their names are similar, but they have nothing else in common.)
#MastoTips #Mastodon #CLI #Apps #Clients #CommandLine #CommandLineInterface