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Minimalistic Pastebin with 256 bits AES Encryption, needs no MySQL or any database, most importantly this is a Free Software runs on PHP. What you want more ? We previously published other Pastebin applications like a simple Pastebin and an advanced Pastebin, but none weighed just 92 KB when compressed. It is ideal for sharing a large size snippet, specially when you do not want to mess up your WordPress post or want to keep secrecy. This Minimalistic Pastebin with 256 bits AES Encryption is Alpha version, so might get some extra features in future.

Minimalistic Pastebin with 256 bits Encryption : Advantages and Disadvantages

First you can download this Minimalistic Pastebin with 256 bits Encryption from Github :

https://github.com/sebsauvage/ZeroBin

Advantages are quite clear; it is light, you can make it loading more fast by uploading the static components on Rackspace Cloud Files, practically just a drag and drop web application – no skill for installation is required. But the disadvantage is – it is a Free Software (mentioned as opensource) but the License is not clear and Syntax Highlighting is not available by default. The absence of clear cut standard license makes it difficult to modify and distribute. But it is undeniable that this Minimalistic Pastebin with 256 bits Encryption does the work nicely.

Minimalistic Pastebin with 256 bits Encryption : Installation Guide

Maximum three steps :

1. Open your Rackspace Cloud Sites desired website’s www folder and probably you will want it in a subfolder. Create it using any SFTP software like WinSCP.
2. Uncompress the download and upload all the contents.
3. Navigate to the root of that subdirectory and your Minimalistic Pastebin with 256 bits Encryption named ZeroBin will be running.

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