Secure Pastebin?
by ThatOneGuyThere - July 26, 2017 at 06:18 AM
#1
Ok, I've seen plenty of info out there about pastebin not being very secure, plus I don't wanna pay for it.

Does anyone know a more secure alternative?
Are encrypted pastebins better? (I mean encrypted text editing/saving sites)
#2
I use https://ghostbin.com/ but I don't post stuff that I would need it encrypted. If you do, then I would like into another site that does.
#3
(July 26, 2017 at 06:21 AM)Sem Wrote: I use https://ghostbin.com/ but I don't post stuff that I would need it encrypted. If you do, then I would like into another site that does.

I don't "require" it to be encrypted, just something secure that won't let just anyone go to it or find it by mistake.
#4
(July 26, 2017 at 06:22 AM)ThatOneGuyThere Wrote:
(July 26, 2017 at 06:21 AM)Sem Wrote: I use https://ghostbin.com/ but I don't post stuff that I would need it encrypted. If you do, then I would like into another site that does.

I don't "require" it to be encrypted, just something secure that won't let just anyone go to it or find it by mistake.

Then use ghostbin. It doesn't show recently posted paste's like pastebin does and you can add a password to it.
#5
(July 26, 2017 at 06:24 AM)Sem Wrote:
(July 26, 2017 at 06:22 AM)ThatOneGuyThere Wrote:
(July 26, 2017 at 06:21 AM)Sem Wrote: I use https://ghostbin.com/ but I don't post stuff that I would need it encrypted. If you do, then I would like into another site that does.

I don't "require" it to be encrypted, just something secure that won't let just anyone go to it or find it by mistake.

Then use ghostbin. It doesn't show recently posted paste's like pastebin does and you can add a password to it.

Ok, awesome. Thank you for the help.
#6
Zerobin has many instances online. Just look for the GitHub page and you should find a list of instances. You could also run your own instance, or use on of the many instances on Tor.
#7
Ghostbin & ybin.me are pretty good
#8
Ghostbin for the win :D haha
#9
If you wanna share info only once/one person -> Privnote
If not, use ghostbin/hastebin.
#10
(July 26, 2017 at 12:14 PM)sempais Wrote: Zerobin has many instances online. Just look for the GitHub page and you should find a list of instances. You could also run your own instance, or use on of the many instances on Tor.

To be honest, I have no idea what you mean.

(July 26, 2017 at 12:16 PM)BN26 Wrote: Ghostbin & ybin.me are pretty good

Thank you for your opinion. I'm probably going with ghostbin since you're the 3rd person to recommend it to me.

(July 26, 2017 at 02:15 PM)K33P0 Wrote: If you wanna share info only once/one person -> Privnote
If not, use ghostbin/hastebin.

Yeah, probably going with ghostbin. People keep recommending it.

(July 26, 2017 at 06:24 AM)Sem Wrote:
(July 26, 2017 at 06:22 AM)ThatOneGuyThere Wrote:
(July 26, 2017 at 06:21 AM)Sem Wrote: I use https://ghostbin.com/ but I don't post stuff that I would need it encrypted. If you do, then I would like into another site that does.

I don't "require" it to be encrypted, just something secure that won't let just anyone go to it or find it by mistake.

Then use ghostbin. It doesn't show recently posted paste's like pastebin does and you can add a password to it.

Yeah, I think I'm going to use ghostbin. Most recommended so far.
#11
Ghostbin is definitely a good bet, though I would say that if it is something that you wouldn't want anyone (hypothetically speaking) to find then perhaps you shouldn't be publishing it on what is more or less a public site.

I'm aware Ghostbin optionally uses encryption though so you're probably safe. Just use common sense - if you send it to one person, even if you trust that person, they could very well forward it to someone less trustworthy. Not to mention that if it's not encrypted (and in theory, even if it is - we don't know how secure their encryption is or if they're not just keeping an unencrypted copy on their servers) - that law enforcement could potentially retrieve a copy.

Stay safe.

Oh and regarding Zerobin - essentially the idea is that anyone can host a copy of the software themselves. If you don't trust Pastebin or Ghostbin, you could set up a copy of Zerobin on your own server, and could even keep it behind say, a VPN that only people you trust have access to. Depending on how paranoid you are it could be a good way of sharing pastes.
#12
I use ghostbin, but I have no clue if It's secure or not really.

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