Argos Panoptes was a many-eyed giant in Greek mythology.
Was a giant, the son of Arestor, whose name "Panoptes" meant "the all-seeing one".
This toolkit pretends to be a tool to maintain the privacy in a panoptic world, where the humans are the product of the big data mercantilization.
insipired by the x0rz's Python tweets_analyzer https://github.com/x0rz/tweets_analyzer
Word count: get the frequency of word use.
Weekly activity distribution: view wich are the days of more tweets, and the days with less tweets.
Daily activity distribution: view the daily schedule from the tweets hours.
Devices used: wich devices are used to tweet.
Hashtags most used count
Interactions with other users count
Erase all followings, erase your public following history.
Random follow accounts, to generate more entropy and a random public profile. Start with a username, and Argus will get a random account that the selected account follows, and will follow it, and repeat the process again and again until complete the following of requested number of accounts.
Delete all tweets and retweets. Delete all your public tweets, to difficult profiling based on tweets history.
Delete all favs (likes). Delete all your public favs, to difficult profiling based on favs history.
Publish random tweets, generating more entropy to your network. Get the content from another account.
Analyze retweets of a tweet, and show the possible bots, when are they retweeting, from which platform are they programmed.
First download the file argos
Needs a twitterConfig.json file on the /build folder or the folder where is placed argos, with the content:
Where the xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx are the keys and tokens of the twitter app
to run it:
1 - go to the /build folder
2 - open terminal
3 - execute the script with: