purrito(1)                                           purr(1)
                             /\_/\
                            ( o.o )
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NAME

    purrito: ultra fast, minimalistic, encrypted command line paste-bin
    purr: shell client to paste to bsd.ac

CLIENT

    # POSIX shell client to upload standard paste
    purr() {
        url="$(curl --silent --data-binary "@${1:-/dev/stdin}" bsd.ac:42069)"
	echo "${url}"
    }

    # POSIX shell client to upload encrypted paste
    meow() {
        key="$(openssl rand -hex 32)"
        url="$(openssl enc -aes-256-cbc -K ${key} -iv 00000000000000000000000000000000 -e -base64 -A < ${1:-/dev/stdin} | purr)"
        echo "${url%\/*}/paste.html#${url##*\/}_${key}"
    }

USAGE

    ~$ purr c00lfile.txt
    https://bsd.ac/purrit0

    ~$ purr < h0tfile.txt 
    https://bsd.ac/purri1o

    ~$ echo Hello world. | purr
    https://bsd.ac/d4nklit

    ~$ purr
    This is my input
    it can span multiple lines
    <Ctrl-d to exit>
    https://bsd.ac/curlpr0

LIMITS

    max paste size: 64KB

    limit of one paste every 3 seconds, abusing ip is 
    banned for 10 minutes

    all pastes are cleared daily at 1:30am EST, so you 
    have 12 hrs on average for your paste

SOURCE

    https://github.com/PurritoBin/PurritoBin