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Offline crypton

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Use Secure P2P, Darknet, F2F Projects which Protects your Privacy!

With this clients you are not anonymous but its encrypted.
You can use it with your Trusted friends and generate your own Darknet or F2F Network.


RetroShare
cryption method: OpenSSL
Programming Language : C, C++/Qt
http://board.planetpeer.de/index.php/board,70.0.html

Folpy
cryption method: SSL
Programming Language : java

Alliance   
cryption method: Basic XOR , Diffie-Hellman key exchange + SSL/TLS 128/256 bits
Programming Language : java
http://board.planetpeer.de/index.php/topic,1798.0.html

OneSwarm
Programming Language: Java
http://board.planetpeer.de/index.php/topic,5800.0.html

Ring Community
Programming Language :c#





P2P Based VPN:

Freelan
http://www.freelan.org

P2PVPN:
http://p2pvpn.sourceforge.net/


n2n:
http://www.ntop.org/n2n/


Projects which are not more under active Development but some are useable:

Gazzera

Gazebo F2F

Wasteagain       

TCPFile

TorChat
Mixminion Message Sender

Gloster V1
Turtle F2F   
Sillian
galet
Scishare
CSpace
Cryptic6                       




http://www.planetpeer.de/wiki/index.php/Main_Page#Comparison_of_F2F.2FDarknet_clients                 



Comparison of F2F/Darknet clients

Steganography Tools to hide your files



« Last Edit: December 31, 2014, 02:17:50 PM by crypton »

Offline rb2k

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Re: Secure P2P, Darknet , F2F Projects which Protects your Privacy !
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2009, 08:00:06 AM »
just to complete something

OneSwarm:

multisourcing: yes
Programming Language: Java

Offline iceflower99

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Re: Secure P2P, Darknet , F2F Projects which Protects your Privacy !
« Reply #2 on: January 22, 2009, 03:53:07 PM »
Thanks - very interesting overview !