I2P I2P 0.9.36 for Multiple Platforms

by I2P

Avg. Rating 4.7 (65 votes)

File Details

File Size 17.7 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Mac, Unix, Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,543
Publisher I2P
Homepage I2P

Publisher's Description

I2P is an anonymous network exposing a simple layer that applications can use to anonymously and securely send messages to each other. The network itself is strictly message based (ala IP), but there is a library available to allow reliable streaming communication on top of it (ala TCP). All communication is end to end encrypted (in total there are four layers of encryption used when sending a message), and even the end points ("destinations") are cryptographic identifiers (essentially a pair of public keys).

Latest Reviews

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v0.9.20 on Jun 4, 2015

If this thing can do what it proposes, it would mean leaps and bounds in the way of privacy. Will update review after thorough test drive.

Xssshell: if you think that encryption is not necessary, regardless of the level of security you have, then I am glad you do not work in my security team.

hottuna

hottuna reviewed v0.6.4 on Oct 22, 2008

A decentralized anonymizing layer built on top of the regular internet.

It has a gnutella client, i2Phex, a emule like kademlia-client called iMule.

Very useful and has a very helpful dev- team.

Xssshell

Xssshell reviewed v0.6.1.24 on Jul 31, 2006

Not as secure as you believe.
Real security is when you do not need to encrypt anymore, due to the high security level you already have =).

look at the OFF P2P System

1uk3

1uk3 reviewed v0.6.1.20 on Jun 5, 2006

Excellent work! Definitely one to watch.

ccc1005

ccc1005 reviewed v0.6.1.18 on May 11, 2006

Very interesting network in its early stages. Has support for Gnutella and Bittorrent so far over I2P, with more to come. Definately worth checking out :)

spiked

spiked reviewed v0.6.1.18 on May 10, 2006

This is just an early cut at a new platform for programmers to write applications with. By itself, an end-user can't really do anything special. Like all other "anonymous" networking solutions, it's not truly 100% anonymous, but when you try to summarize and simplify, people will get the impression that it's actually anonymous. I don't think we need another such solution, especially one which is going to require special app support. Projects like Tor show more promise.

Avg. Rating 4.7 (65 votes)
Your Rating
-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v0.9.20 on Jun 4, 2015

If this thing can do what it proposes, it would mean leaps and bounds in the way of privacy. Will update review after thorough test drive.

Xssshell: if you think that encryption is not necessary, regardless of the level of security you have, then I am glad you do not work in my security team.

hottuna

hottuna reviewed v0.6.4 on Oct 22, 2008

A decentralized anonymizing layer built on top of the regular internet.

It has a gnutella client, i2Phex, a emule like kademlia-client called iMule.

Very useful and has a very helpful dev- team.

Xssshell

Xssshell reviewed v0.6.1.24 on Jul 31, 2006

Not as secure as you believe.
Real security is when you do not need to encrypt anymore, due to the high security level you already have =).

look at the OFF P2P System

1uk3

1uk3 reviewed v0.6.1.20 on Jun 5, 2006

Excellent work! Definitely one to watch.

ccc1005

ccc1005 reviewed v0.6.1.18 on May 11, 2006

Very interesting network in its early stages. Has support for Gnutella and Bittorrent so far over I2P, with more to come. Definately worth checking out :)

spiked

spiked reviewed v0.6.1.18 on May 10, 2006

This is just an early cut at a new platform for programmers to write applications with. By itself, an end-user can't really do anything special. Like all other "anonymous" networking solutions, it's not truly 100% anonymous, but when you try to summarize and simplify, people will get the impression that it's actually anonymous. I don't think we need another such solution, especially one which is going to require special app support. Projects like Tor show more promise.

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