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This repository helps you protect your secret pages by (deep breath):
hosting your secret page of static and/or dynamic content using a free Heroku app running a Python Flask server that uses Flask-Dance to authenticate visitors with Github which allows you fine-grained access control over your pages based on user attributes like organization or team membership or even things like how many repositories a user has or how many vowels are in their username.
Also, did I mention the attack rabbits?
The finished product (pages on Heroku protected by attack rabbits) is at github-heroku-attack-rabbits.herokuapp.com
The documentation is at pages.charlesreid1.com/github-heroku-attack-rabbits
Two branches in this repo compose the github-heroku-attack-rabbits documentation:
Two branches illustrate github-heroku-attack-rabbits in practice:
The secret branch contains the files needed to create the secret page. This repository is public, so obviously these aren’t actually secret, but in practice this would be in a protected repository.
The heroku-pages branch contains the content that is actually pushed to Heroku - that is, the final Flask app.
This is released under the WTFPL.