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  1. @extends('app')
  2. @section ('title')Home @endsection
  3. @section('content')
  4. <div class="text-center">
  5. <a href="https://aaathats3as.com" target="_blank"><img src="/img/aaa.png" style='max-width: 100%' /></a>
  6. <a href="https://box.cock.li" target="_blank"><img src="/img/cockbox.png" style='max-width: 100%' /></a>
  7. </div>
  8. <blockquote>
  9. {!! $testimonial->content !!}
  10. <footer>{{ $testimonial->name }}</footer>
  11. </blockquote>
  12. <p>
  13. Cock.li is your go-to solution for professional E-mail addresses and XMPP addresses. Since 2013 cock.li has provided stable E-mail services to an ever-increasing number of users. Cock.li allows registration and usage using Tor and other privacy services (proxies, VPNs) and is run by "some dude", not a business. I use this E-mail service personally so I have a vested interest in keeping it up, stable, and secure.
  14. </p>
  15. <div class="alert alert-success">
  16. <h2 style='margin-top: 0'>NAZI PROPELLANT DEPLOYED. USERNAME RESERVATION ACTIVATED</h2>
  17. <p>
  18. The Germans have demonstrated they do not give a fuck about anything except their weird scat fetishes, and I have given up hope that the HDDs will ever be returned. The prosecutor, Jürgen Pfeiffer, is throwing every obstacle possible and has demonstrated I won't see those drives any time soon. So, in the face of incompetent government (honestly, it was wishful thinking to think otherwise) I have deployed my alternative plan to get cock.li registration enabled.
  19. </p>
  20. <p>
  21. If you lost a username in the raid (which means you registered between December 22 and January 15), you can reserve it by logging in (to a different / new account) and clicking "Reserve Old Username" in the User menu. Other details are on that page.
  22. </p>
  23. <p>Registration for all domains will be re-enabled on <strong>JUNE 10, 2016</strong>. The great cock will stand at full-mast once again and the Phallic Reich will reign for a thousand years.</p>
  24. </div>
  25. <h2>Contact</h2>
  26. <p>
  27. Cock.li is owned and operated by <a href="http://vc.gg/">Vincent Canfield &lt;vc@cock.li&gt;</a>. Anyone else claiming to be staff is lying and if you believe them you deserve anything that happens to you. I can be reached via E-mail or by phone at <a href="tel:+16626256266">+1.662 625 6266</a> (+1 66-COCKMAN-6). This phone number reaches my cell phone and will wake me up, so please only call after 12AM UTC if the server is down.
  28. </p>
  29. <div class="row">
  30. <div class="col-xs-12 col-sm-6">
  31. <h2>User Count</h2>
  32. <table class='table table-striped table-bordered'>
  33. <tr>
  34. <th>Domain</th>
  35. <th># Users</th>
  36. <th>Registration Open</th>
  37. </tr>
  38. @foreach ($domains as $domain)
  39. <tr>
  40. <td>{{ $domain->domain }}</td>
  41. <td>{{ $domain->count }}</td>
  42. <td>@if ($domain->open) <strong style="color:#090;">YES</strong> @else <strong style="color:#990;">RESERVE</strong> @endif</td>
  43. </tr>
  44. @endforeach
  45. <tr>
  46. <th>Total</th>
  47. <th>{{ $total }}</th>
  48. </tr>
  49. </table>
  50. </div>
  51. <div class="col-xs-12 col-sm-6">
  52. <h2>Donations</h2>
  53. <h3>This Month</h3>
  54. <?php
  55. $goal = $donations["this"]["expenses"] - $donations["this"]["balance"];
  56. $_donations = $donations["this"]["donations"];
  57. $balance_operator = ( $donations["this"]["balance"] >= 0 ? '-' : '+' );
  58. $balance_verbage = ( $donations["this"]["balance"] >= 0 ? 'surplus' : 'deficit' );
  59. $progress_bar_class = ( $_donations >= $goal ? 'success' : 'info');
  60. $goal_reached = $_donations >= $goal;
  61. if($_donations > $goal)
  62. $progress_bar_width = 100.00;
  63. else
  64. $progress_bar_width = (float) ($_donations / $goal) * 100;
  65. ?>
  66. <div class="progress">
  67. <div class="progress-bar progress-bar-{{ $progress_bar_class }} progress-bar-striped" style="width: <?=sprintf("%1.2f",$progress_bar_width)?>%;"></div>
  68. </div>
  69. <p><strong>Donations</strong>: $<?=sprintf("%1.2f",$_donations)?></p>
  70. <p><strong>Goal</strong>: $<?=sprintf("%1.2f",$goal)?> ($<?=sprintf("%1.2f",$donations["this"]["expenses"])?> {{ $balance_operator }} $<?=sprintf("%1.2f",abs($donations["this"]["balance"]))?> {{ $balance_verbage }})</p>
  71. <h3>Last Month</h3>
  72. <?php
  73. $goal = $donations["last"]["expenses"] - $donations["last"]["balance"];
  74. $_donations = $donations["last"]["donations"];
  75. $balance_operator = ( $donations["last"]["balance"] >= 0 ? '-' : '+' );
  76. $balance_verbage = ( $donations["last"]["balance"] >= 0 ? 'surplus' : 'deficit' );
  77. $progress_bar_class = ( $_donations >= $goal ? 'success' : 'danger');
  78. if($_donations > $goal)
  79. $progress_bar_width = 100.00;
  80. else
  81. $progress_bar_width = (float) ($_donations / $goal) * 100;
  82. ?>
  83. <div class="progress">
  84. <div class="progress-bar progress-bar-{{ $progress_bar_class }} progress-bar-striped" style="width: <?=sprintf("%1.2f",$progress_bar_width)?>%;"></div>
  85. </div>
  86. <p><strong>Donations</strong>: $<?=sprintf("%1.2f",$_donations)?></p>
  87. <p><strong>Goal</strong>: $<?=sprintf("%1.2f",$goal)?> ($<?=sprintf("%1.2f",$donations["last"]["expenses"])?> {{ $balance_operator }} $<?=sprintf("%1.2f",abs($donations["last"]["balance"]))?> {{ $balance_verbage }})</p>
  88. @if($goal_reached)
  89. <div class='alert alert-success'>
  90. The donation goal for this month has been reached! Thanks for your support. Instead of donating to cock.li this month, would you please donate to <strong><a href='https://whisper.networkforgood.com/'>my lawyer</a></strong>? She has represented the site pro-bono and asked nothing in return, and she represents whistleblowers like Edward Snowden, Thomas Drake, and a bunch more people a lot more important than cock.li. She has done a lot for this site and the world, and I would really appreciate her work being recognized. Thanks.
  91. </div>
  92. @endif
  93. <p>
  94. Donations are calculated such that any surplus or deficit is carried to the next month. This ensures that cock.li operates not-for-profit. You can read more details and financial reports on the <a href="/donate">Donate</a> page.
  95. </p>
  96. <h2>Transparency</h2>
  97. <p>
  98. It is my intention to operate cock.li as transparent as possible. To accomplish this I publish all communication I have with law enforcement including or regarding a demand or order for user information. All of this information is published on the <a href="/transparency">transparency</a> page.
  99. </p>
  100. <h2>Hidden Services</h2>
  101. <ul>
  102. <li>Website: <a href='http://wwwcocklicdexedh.onion/'>wwwcocklicdexedh.onion</a></li>
  103. <li>Webmail: <a href='http://cockmailwwfvrtqj.onion/'>cockmailwwfvrtqj.onion</a></li>
  104. <li>IMAP, POP, and SMTP are not yet available via hidden services.</li>
  105. </ul>
  106. </div>
  107. </div>
  108. <h2>How can I trust you?</h2>
  109. <p>
  110. You can't. Cock.li doesn't parse your E-mail to provide you with targeted ads, nor do I read E-mail contents unless it's for a legal court order. However, it is 100% possible for me to read E-mail, and IMAP/SMTP doesn't provide user-side/client-side encryption, so you're just going to have to take my word for it. Any encryption implementation would still technically allow me to read E-mail, too. This was true for Lavabit, too -- while your E-mail was stored encrypted (only if you were a paid member, which most people forget), E-mail could still technically be intercepted while being received / sent (SMTP), or while being read by your mail client (IMAP). For privacy, I would recommend encrypting your E-mails using <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pretty_Good_Privacy">PGP</a> using a mail client add-on like <a href="https://enigmail.net/home/index.php">Enigmail</a>.
  111. @endsection