/dev/null as a Service

Features

What's up?

So, we heard you're a random sales guy without any technical knowledge? Let's quote Wikipedia:

In Unix-like operating systems, /dev/null or the null device is a special file that discards all data written to it but reports that the write operation succeeded. It provides no data to any process that reads from it, yielding EOF immediately.

Our Features

Upcoming

/dev/random as a Service: Do you think every random-number-generator is broken? Well, we do! Simply trust us and use our numbers as your only seeding source!

/dev/null for your Android!

LD_PRELOAD wrapper library for your Linux Kernel!

Privacy

We know that everyone cares about their privacy these days. We care about your privacy concerns, and guarantee all of your data will be completely discarded[1].

[1] Except for cases where it will be stored indefinitely to ensure compliance with government regulations[2].

[2] When we say 'government' we mean NSA, CIA, FBI, TSA, Communist Party of China (CPC), Nestle, The Coca-Cola Company, the KGB, some of your coworkers and our friends (especially if there is something funny).