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Beepbox is the Beeping component that aims to encrypt data within an audio file. This audio file (as explained above) we call it Beep.

Beepbox is a binary written in C ++ that can be downloaded from our Github repository for different operating systems.


Then we leave the link of the repository of this component:


The Beepbox source code can be compiled in the following Operating Systems:

  • MacOS

To compile the code we must follow the following steps:


  • Make a clone of the repository
$ git clone[YOUR_GIT_USERNAME]/beepbox
  • Enter the beepbox directory
$ cd beepbox
  • Install dependencies
$ brew install libsndfile


To perform this last step you need to have installed Homebrew on your Mac. In case you don't have it installed, you can see how it is installed in the following web page:

  • Compile Beepbox
$ make clean
$ make
  • You can find in binary in the directory ./bin

Here you have a series of links related to BeepBox:



All that we are is the result of what we have thought.

Last update: July 19, 2020