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Project Summary

OneSwarm is a privacy preserving P2P client developed at the University of Washington. Although backwards compatible with BitTorrent, it also includes new features designed to protect user privacy when sharing data among friends, so-called friend-to-friend sharing. Features include search, permissions, and a web UI with streaming, realtime transcoding, and remote access. To provide privacy, OneSwarm uses source-address rewriting with multi-path and multi-source downloading

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bittorrent client f2f oneswarm p2p privacy

In a Nutshell, OneSwarm...

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Project Security

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Java
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11 Other
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30 Day Summary

Dec 27 2022 — Jan 26 2023

12 Month Summary

Jan 26 2022 — Jan 26 2023