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Re: [tor-talk] tor versus freenet
just implement a proxy for tor in http://offsystem.sourceforge.net/
2012/12/17 folkert <folkert@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> We have Tor, we have Freenet. One is for protecting network sessions,
> the other one for data.
> In short: can't we combine these two?
> Freenet serves a purpose but it is, for the average user, way too
> complicated/too much of a hassle to install and work with. Especially
> since Java became a target for mallware and everybody now screaming that
> you should uninstall it.
> Tor on the other hand has nice guis for configuring with which even my
> grandparents would be able to work.
> What I propose is some kind of shared-folder via which one can share
> files over the tor network. Not neccessarily like a windows fileshare
> but as a freenet document store. E.g. documents are not on your local
> disk but are "on the freenet network" where everyone has (part of) files
> stored on his system (in a configurable pool with a certain size).
> Finding files could be implemented in the same way as hidden services
> are found in the tor network.
> This would make it more easy for people in oppressed countries to share
> documents with e.g. their findings or photos or videoes etc without the
> steep learning curve of ftp clients etc. Ok you could use e-mail for
> that but the construction of freenet where data is stored (in parts) on
> multiple systems would also prevent bad guys for simply hacking the
> e-mail of that person or "persuading" him/her to delete the files.
> Folkert van Heusden
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