Protect yourself from surveilllance with ease and panache with this sheet of six vinyl stickers designed to cover any camera on any digital device. These stick to your laptop/phone/tablet without glue, and can be removed and replaced without leaving a gunky residue. We at the Free Software Foundation aim to keep anyone from surreptitiously controlling your camera - but even if that fails, they can't see through these. Sure to attract curious attention from onlookers. Don't let James Comey or Mark Zuckerberg - webcam coverers, both - talk to them first.
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FST-01 (Flying Stone Tiny ZERO-ONE) is a tiny USB 32-bit computer based on a free (as in freedom) hardware design. NeuG is an implementation of a true random number generator (TRNG) for STM32F103 MCU.
In this product, a standalone USB version of NeuG is installed, together with a USB Mass Storage Class device implementation named Fraucheky. It uses the thread library Chopstx. NeuG, Fraucheky, and Chopstx are licensed under the GNU GPLv3.