Warrant canaries are a security industry standard for ensuring our network has not been compromised. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warrant_canary
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README.md

WarrantCanary

Warrant canaries are a security industry standard for ensuring our network has not been compromised. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warrant_canary

./warrant_canary

Use this script to seed or verify a warrant canary
Usage: ./warrant_canary -V # Verify the AniNIX's warrant canary
       ./warrant_canary -V -k KEY -K KEYSERVER -c CANARY # Verify another warrant canary
       ./warrant_canary -s # Seed a warrant canary.
Add -v to increase verbosity.

./canary.asc

This is the AniNIX’s current warrant canary.