Currently, there is an explosion of tools that aim to manage secrets for automated, cloud native infrastructure management. Daniel Somerfield did some work classifying the various approaches, but (as far as I know) no one has made a recent effort to summarize the various tools.
This is an attempt to give a quick overview of what can be found out there. The list is alphabetical. There will be tools that are missing, and some of the facts might be wrong--I welcome your corrections. For the purpose, I can be reached via @maxvt on Twitter, or just leave me a comment here.
There is a companion feature matrix of various tools. Comments are welcome in the same manner.
The Transmission torrent client has an option to set a Blocklist, which helps protect you from getting caught and having the DMCA send a letter/email.
It's as simple as downloading and installing the latest client:
|cat << EOF | sudo tee /etc/yum.repos.d/ol7_addons.repo|
|name=Oracle Linux $releasever Add ons (\$basearch)|
|# Verify this manually if you're paranoid like me|
|# Hello, and welcome to makefile basics.|
|# You will learn why `make` is so great, and why, despite its "weird" syntax,|
|# it is actually a highly expressive, efficient, and powerful way to build|
|# Once you're done here, go to|
|# to learn SOOOO much more.|
Offline-first tools for web developers
A quick list of tools for building HTML/CSS/JS apps that work well offline. Ping me at @nolanlawson if I missed anything!
Hybrid app development
Tools for bundling your HTML/CSS/JS into a native app.