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Anonymous and open networking communication

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posted on Sep, 16 2015 @ 01:59 AM
a reply to: Jubei42

How can you have an open network and still stay anonymous?

Through very clever public key encryption techniques and decentralized DNS and storage systems.
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posted on Sep, 16 2015 @ 02:11 AM
Here are a few of the P2P projects I've been following for a while:

MaidSafe is a fully decentralized platform on which application developers can build decentralized applications. The network is made up by individual users who contribute storage, computing power and bandwidth to form a world-wide autonomous system.


Bitcloud is an open source distributed database and escrow agent that allows people to share data and create distributed applications.

The decentralized nature of Bitcloud allows anyone to publish large amounts of content that is free from censorship, high costs, and proprietary software.

Bitcloud can be the base for decentralized applications that require data storage and bandwidth.


twister is the fully decentralized P2P microblogging platform leveraging from the free software implementations of Bitcoin and BitTorrent protocols.


Retroshare creates encrypted connections to your friends. Nobody can spy on you. Retroshare is completely decentralized. This means there are no central servers. It is entirely Open-Source and free. There are no costs, no ads and no Terms of Service.


Alliance takes the best from BitTorrent, Direct Connect and Waste and creates a decentralized and secure p2p network. It is a private and secure environment to share files and communicate with people you know. Alliance works on Windows, Linux and Mac.


posted on Sep, 16 2015 @ 03:10 PM
a reply to: ChaoticOrder

Thanks ChaoticOrder You gave me plenty to look at.

posted on Sep, 17 2015 @ 03:14 AM
a reply to: interupt42

overcome tcpip limitations

What limitations?

Dude/ette? Don't sweat it. Just pick a cloud and go with it. Software defined networks are never going to give you what you are looking for, simply because the open source community's effort to develop what you are in to drives the effort to co-opt and thwart that very thing (like a snake eating its tail).

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