CLI client for lufi service
pylufic is a command line tool which allow to interact with Let's Upload File (Lufi) instances, that is to download and upload client-side encrypted files.
Lufi is a web-application allowing client-side encrypted file transfers between users. Hence you don't have to trust the service provider to protect your data.
However Lufi works in a web browser, like Firefox or Chormium. When you don't want to run a full-featured graphical web browser on your machine to use it, you need a command line.
pylufic is a python implementation of a Lufi CLI, useful for those who already have Python in their environments.
Be sure to have Python 3.6+ installed.
Git clone this repo (or download as zip) :
git clone https://framagit.org/setop/pylufic.git && cd pylufic
Optionally, create python virtual environment :
python3 -m venv .venv && . .venv/bin/activate
Pip install requirements (use sudo if not in a venv) :
pip install -r requirements.txt
If you want to test libraries, run :
./sjcl-test.py && ./ws-test.py
pylufic uses baker library which provide inline help
./pylufic.py file service_url
You may use "https://framadrop.org/" (consider donation).
Be aware a file is opened in the current directory in append mode with the name provided in the metadata of the transfer.
To delete a file use link provided by upload function.
An example using curl :
curl -s -S 'https://framadrop.org/d/<shortid>/<token>' | html2text
pylufic handles only one file at a time ; no multi-files upload or download.
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