Here's a little command line app written by Brian Barto called nms, or no more secrets.

Based on the visuals from the movie Sneakers, it creates a cool decryption effect out of any input you give it.

This guide is for debian based systems, but if you check out the github page, there's a bunch of instructions for other setups too.

Check it out here:

- Youtube link
- mirror
- Torrent
- Keybase mirror


Step 1. First we'll need to download the ncurses dependencies used by the app if you don't already have them:

sudo apt-get install libx32ncurses5-dev libx32ncursesw5-dev

Step 2. Clone the no more secrets github repo

git clone

Step 3. Now let's move into that newly created directory

cd ./no-more-secrets

Step 4. The last step in setup is to make and install the app

sudo make install

Step 5. To use the app, simply type in commands as you normally would, then pipe them through the nms app. This will take what the standard output would have been, and makes it look like a hollywood decryption scene.

ls -l / | nms

Brian also included another example app that mimics some of the visuals from the sneakers movie. Simply type sneakers into your terminal.



So yeah that's the no more secrets command line app. Not super useful for much, but it's a pretty cool visual effect. Check out the github page for more options and info.

If you want to see more stuff like this let me know. For now, thanks for watching, and check back for more videos.