A review of Tailscale, "a secure network that just works".
Uses wireguard to create an encrypted tunnel between all your devices. Automatically takes care of NAT, DNS, and similar.
Essentially makes it really easy to set up your true private network within the wider one.
Also comes with 'taildrop' which mimics airdrop to easily transfer any files between your devices,
but do so without any involvement of external cloud services and completely encrypted.
Sish is a great ngrok alternative to expose any locally hosted app over the web. With Sish you create temporary secure tunnels to locally hosted applications and allow others to intereact with the app with a publicly accessible web address. Its great to quickly expose a development app server without needing to deploy it and setup reverse proxies or mess around with firewalls. Sish can also be used to expose any TCP connection - e.g MySQL DB.
Simple, quick and efficient static file server while still not looking bad.
Very similar to tools like gossa and rossa, but seems like a blend of the latter's simplicity and the first one's slight design flourishes.
Using an s3 backend (like wasabi, spaces, minio or others) as the block storage for a jellyfin (vps or homelab) installation with rclone. A bit fiddly, but can probably be adapted to iac -style docker stacks and so on.
"Sia is the leading decentralized cloud storage platform. No signups, no servers, no trusted third parties. Sia leverages blockchain technology to create a data storage marketplace that is more robust and more affordable than traditional cloud storage providers."
You 'rent' space on users' unused storage and it gets saved with 3x redundancy in decentralized, encrypted blocks. Sounds interesting and is pretty cheap (~$4 per TB) so could be something to look into more
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