09/30/2021 (Thu) 07:59:22
It might also be a typo in the header or maybe I forgot to update the rev date.
The rev date for endwall.sh is rev_date="17/07/2018", but it says July 17, 2017 in the header which is a typo. I'll fix that later. Some of the files haven't been touched since they were originally created after a couple of revisions. Some of the files were working in the past and then something changed and now they're not working, but they haven't been updated or fixed ex. proxyload.sh . I work on what I feel like working on when it occurs to me to do something about it. The things I use the most are endwall.sh, endlists.sh and endsets.sh, alogz.sh, mlogz.sh, spamlogz.sh, iplookup.py, check16.sh , check8.sh, endfix.cf, and endtorrc for my the torrc on my servers. I also use oldtube.sh, endtube.sh, endget.sh, endcurl.sh and endloads.sh , when downloading stuff frequently. I use endstream.sh, winstream.bat and endstream_bsd.sh a couple times a day to check the news or if I get bored. endtv.sh was the prototype that endstream.sh was built on based on tv channels from filmontv. endradio.sh is an internet radio behind torsocks program. Many of the radio channels have died / switched streams so it needs an update, probably a project for Christmas. pdfclean.sh was a pdf cleaning and PDFA format enforcing script built from instructions posted in >>/tech/ by another user. pdfmerge.sh is a script I used to finish a homework assignment, I felt it might be useful to users so I added it, merging pdfs comes up every once in a while. endnode.sh is a script to determine the final exit node in your tor chain, I use that every now and then to check and see. condense.sh, renum.sh and rmdupes.sh were built from user requests / specifications. endstream.m3u8 was a user request, it needs to be updated badly but I don't have the time right now again maybe over Christmas. I use endstream.sh a lot so it usually will get an update within a day or two if a channel breaks. I usually have 2-4 deliverables due each week for school, so that takes precedence, and Endware is hobby-ware for the weekend. This software (script) collection was an attempt to automate some of my (and other people's) ideas about best practices for performing downloads and stuff anonymously using tor or with obfuscation (proxies, randomized download timing, and user-agents). Endstream is accidental software that isn't really related to the project goals, and doesn't provide viewership anonymity, but I use it daily so I added it to the collection. What's there is what's there. If I have an idea I'll try to make something. I think that for messaging endfix.cf and endmail.sh can take you far. The mail address posted on the hidden service hasn't been up for a couple of years and I should probably remove that from the html. I'll put a new hidden mail service up when I have some time, again probably over Christmas. Until then just use the protomail address, or post something here to get my attention. The hidden service website is hosted under my desk in my room at home. My power has been shut off in sequence multiple times, and my identity is known to the Government(s). I have a very dark view about the future of computer privacy, and anonymity. It's a completely solvable problem (theoretically), but it won't get solved for the masses because of convenience and inertia. And most of the people who think they have it solved are delusional.