Monday, May 11, 2009

Nodezilla - P2P Grid Network For Anonymous File Sharing

There could be several reasons to use anonymous P2P networks like privacy concerns or for bypassing censorship, NodZilla is one such experimental decentralized, self-organizing, fault-tolerant peer-2-peer grid network meant for anonymous file-sharing and distributed services built on top of it like chat, efficient multicast video streaming, and secured file storage.

Unlike other similar file-sharing service Nodezilla offers cache features allowing servers to create local replicas of any data objects for providing faster access and robustness to network partitions help reducing network congestion by localizing access traffic. Furthermore, to strengthen the infrastructure against crash, information leakage, or become compromised the network makes use of full data redundancy and encryption techniques

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