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Re: [tor-talk] Tor and P2P
> Loads of links here:
Always a good read :) Part of me wants to see if one giant anonymous
general purpose filesystem will ever come about...
> A very interesting idea is/was the owner free filesystem:
I think this required the use of https to be fully secure, just a
bit of extra setup for that is all.
> Depending on ones individual threat model, I believe i2p could
> be sufficiently secure for file sharing purposes:
They use it a lot for that. Admittedly I really should learn more
about the full mechanics of this one.
> I didn't make an academic comparison, but it looks like retroshare
> is quickly gaining more and more users:
When I last looked briefly at this one a couple years back, the
users were not necessarily anonymous to each other. It seemed to
require users to know and/or trust one another. If that was the
case, anonymous transport layer would have been required underneath
it to match the level of anonymity the three projects I listed.
Maybe they solved that since then?
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