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Anonymous file sharing networks

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 24. Chapters: Freenet, Anonymous remailer, Anonymous P2P, I2P, WASTE, Winny, Osiris, Share, Perfect Dark, ANts P2P, GNUnet, Marabunta, IMule, Entropy, Nodezilla, Bitblinder, StegoShare, MUTE, RShare, Anonymity application. Excerpt: Freenet is a decentralized, censorship-resistant distributed data store originally designed by Ian Clarke. According to Clarke, Freenet aims to provide freedom of speech through a peer-to-peer network with strong protection of anonymity; as part of supporting its users' freedom, Freenet is free and open source software. Freenet works by pooling the contributed bandwidth and storage space of member computers to allow users to anonymously publish or retrieve various kinds of information. Freenet has been under continuous development since 2000. Freenet is different from most other peer-to-peer applications, both in how users interact with it and in the security it offers. It separates the underlying network structure and protocol from how users interact with the network; as a result, there are a variety of ways to access content on the Freenet network. The simplest is via FProxy, which is integrated with the node software and provides a web interface to content on the network. Using FProxy, a user can browse freesites (web sites that use normal HTML and related tools, but whose content is stored within Freenet rather than on a traditional web server). The web interface is also used for most configuration and node management tasks. Through the use of separate applications or plugins loaded into the node software, users can interact with the network in other ways, such as forums similar to web forums or Usenet or interfaces more similar to traditional p2p "filesharing" interfaces. While Freenet provides an HTTP interface for browsing freesites, it is not a proxy for the World Wide Web; Freenet can only be used to access content that has been previously inserted into the Freenet network. In this way, it is more similar to Tor's hidden services than to anonymous proxy software like Tor's proxy. Many of the differences in how Freenet behaves at a user level are direct or indirect consequences of its strong focus on free speech and anonymity. Freenet attempts to protect the

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Titre: Anonymous file sharing networks
Sous-titre: Freenet, Anonymous remailer, Anonymous P2P, I2P, WASTE, Winny, Osiris, Share, Perfect Dark, ANts P2P, GNUnet, Marabunta, IMule, Entropy, Nodezilla, Bitblinder, StegoShare, MUTE, RShare, Anonymity application
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Code EAN: 9781155157597
ISBN: 1155157591
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 24
Poids: 154g
Taille: H246mm x B189mm x T1mm
Année: 2011

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