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[liberationtech] Satori - distributed tamper-resistant circumvention tools

Griffin Boyce griffin at cryptolab.net
Fri May 2 08:00:56 PDT 2014


Hey all,

   So lately I've been obsessively working on a project to get software 
into people's hands and make it easy for them to see whether it's been 
tampered with in-transit.

Code: https://github.com/glamrock/satori (download the zip)
App: 
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/satori/oncomejlklhkbffpdhpmhldlfambmjlf

   Satori has a sha256 hash generator built-in, and the checksums for 
each piece of software are baked into the app itself.  I'm considering 
distributing GPG keys and software signatures as well, which would 
require building in a *guide* as well since even most GPG users don't 
know how to check software signatures.

   In any case, it seems useful and complete enough to get feedback from 
the liberation tech community. =)  I'd love any feedback or ideas of 
what software to include.  Critical feedback is especially welcome (even 
off-list).  Also open to ideas about how I'm screwing this all up or am 
failing to account for Threat Model X. ;-) People seem to like it, but 
the app is far from perfect. The feedback I've gotten from LibTech in 
the past has been *extremely* useful, and really looking forward to 
hearing what you all think.

To test (requires Chrome):
1) go to chrome://extensions
2) check the Developer Mode checkbox
3) click Load Unpacked Extension
4) select the Satori/chrome folder

This will add it as a packaged app, and you can open the app by clicking 
its icon in chrome://apps/

thanks in advance,
Griffin


* If you just want a big version of the background to stare at:
http://glamrock.github.io/polygon_test.html  *_*

Such space. Many polygons. Very bokeh. Wow.



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