Serverless Sites

  • NCrypt

    Free Web Website

    NCrypt provides you the power to encrypt the data BEFORE it gets stored on our site.
    All encryption/decryption is done on the client end using AES-OFB 256bit with a hash key generated on each paste. The server will only store the encrypted data without the hash key, so only you have the power to decrypt it.


  • killr

    Free Web Self-Hosted Website is the most intuitive, quick to use, and beautiful pasting and collaboration tool available.

    Add a paste, share the link. others can modify creating new branches of your paste.

    You can even upload from the commandline with a simple script. Make it even easier to find help for computer problems when others can modify your paste for you.

    Instant code highlighting, full panel interface. No advertisements.


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    Free Web Website allows you to combine all your content into a beautiful single web page.
    You can easily gather documents (pdf, Office files, Google Docs), video, photos, online presentations, links, RSS feeds and many more things from the web.

    It's all about running your own web pages, except it's just so easy as to use any modern blogging platform.

    People use it to combine materials about a company or events, for bookmarking, to gather and share learning materials, as a photo albums and just to share what they like.

  • Txti

    Free Web Website

    Txti is a free service that lets you create the fastest, simplest, most shareable web pages on the internet using any phone, tablet, or computer you have.


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    Freemium Windows Web Android iPhone HP webOS ... Chrome Firefox Website

    The website is mainly used by programmers to store pieces of sources code or configuration information, but anyone is more than welcome to paste any type of text. The idea behind the site is to make it more convenient for people to share large amounts of text online.


    Free Mac Windows Linux Web Self-Hosted Website

    0bin is client side encrypted pastebin that can run without a database.

    It allows anybody to host a pastebin while welcoming any type of content to be pasted in it. The idea is that one can (probably...) not be legally entitled to moderate the pastebin content ( ) as one has no way to decrypt it.

    It is a Python implementation of the Small ZeroBin iconZeroBin project.

  • Droppages

    Freemium Web Website

    Small website hosting using DropBox. Easy way to create and manage websites quickly and effortlessly.Content and presentation are loosly coupled, pages render fast, and templates are easy to manage.


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    Freemium Web Website uses a shared Dropbox folder or from Git-progect to host your web pages, making creating and editing your pages very quick. All you need to do is create a text file, and save it into the special Pancake folder in your Dropbox account or from git-repository. We'll turn that file into a web page for you.

    The best part? Updating your page is as easy as opening the text file up in Notepad, TextEdit or your favorite text editor, making the changes you want, and saving the file. Your website gets updated automatically.

  • pastehtml

    Free Web Website

    Beautifully simple and free HTML hosting. Paste your HTML code, plain text or Markdown and it will be hosted for free, no registration required.


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  • Ideone

    Free Web Website is a... pastebin. But a pastebin like no other on the Internet. More accurate expression would be
    "online mini IDE and debugging tool".

    Ideone is an Italian word for great ideas - because is a place where your greatest ideas can spring to life.


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    Free Web Website

    We provide Skype Resolver API, Weather API, Cheap API, Email2Skype, IP2Skype, Skype2Email, Skype bot source and much more.

  • Tinypaste

    Free Mac Windows Linux Web Firefox Website

    Have you ever wanted to send an article or long conversation over IM or post to Twitter, only to have it be over the character limit? That's what TinyPaste is for. The Firefox addon lets you right click on any selected text to save it; you can also enter text into the pastebin on TinyPaste's website. It automatically presents you with a link to share your text with other users.


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  • HTML Pasta

    Free Web Website

    Quickly and anonymously host your HTML for free. Up to 1 MB of HTML is allowed per paste.


  • BitBalloon

    Freemium Web Website

    BitBalloon automates the process of hosting your site in a highly optimized way. No more FTP or build scripts! Publish in one step with drag & drop or from the command line.


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  • Statically

    Free Web Software as a Service (SaaS) Website

    The best free and fast CDN for images, CSS, JavaScript, and open source. Statically is powered by multi-CDN: Google Cloud CDN, CloudFront, Cloudflare, Fastly, and BunnyCDN.


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  • GitHub Pages

    Freemium Web Cloudron Website

    A web hosting service made by GitHub, for any static website hosted on GitHub. GitHub Pages doesn't support PHP, Node.js, Ruby on Rails, MySQL, or any other server-side service.
    Previously all the code for your website must be made open-source unless you get a premium account on GitHub, but recently you can do it for free with some limits (currently 3 collaborators for private repositories). See for more details.


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  • LinkHubb

    Free Web Website

    LinkHubb let's you see all the #Links you want to #Share on one visual & private page - to share with only the people you want to see them


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    Free Mac Windows Linux Web Android ... iPhone Console Terminal Website

    Markdown pastebin and publishing service with preview, custom urls and editing. Fast, simple and free.

  • JekyllUp

    Freemium Mac Windows Web Self-Hosted Software as a Service (SaaS) Website

    We make and provide spiffy Jekyll themes and templates that are fully responsive, built with intelligent HTML5 and CSS3, & super customizable.


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  • Ghostbin

    Free Web jQuery Bootstrap Website

    Ghostbin is a paste service, and I’m going to skip explaining precisely what that is—it’s fairly obvious. The real interesting questions are “why did you build it?” and “where did I get all these bees?”

    For the first, I’d like to first list my inspirations and driving motives. When I started, I’d recently fallen in love with a small font named Envy Code R. I’d wanted to put together a paste service (under my own control) for some time, and Envy provided the final impetus; It made my code look awesome—more awesome, in fact, than my code truly was.

    At nearly the same time, I’d decided that I wanted to learn Go. The confluence of these two endeavours could not have been more piquant.

    Other popular, functional and attractive pastebin services certainly do exist, but I found them to be somewhat lacking:

    • Pastie was cool, but the ability to delete private pastes eventually evaporated. Later, the ability to even edit private pastes—which was rather useful for affecting a simulacrum of deletion—vanished. Pastie is not private by default.
    • Pastee is private by default and provides both encryption and expiration, but it looks like it tumbled from the proverbial ugly tree. It’s functional, though, and that’s great. It seems to use pygments, much like Ghostbin, but it doesn’t appear to have an updated language list.
    • Hastebin looks neat. I have no qualms with it.
      Ghostbin is an attempt at not only solving the above, but also solving some issues in the industry such as, but not limited to, me not knowing Go. It’s open-source and I don’t think it’ll be going anywhere any time soon. It supports encryption, expiration, pastes up to one megabyte, and about six billion languages. Well, some hundreds at the very least. Also, doesn’t that paint job look simply dandy?

    And—get your bees away from me. I don’t even know what you were expecting in bringing them here.

    Source code is available at and


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