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    Comment transférer un fichier en P2P depuis votre navigateur ?

    news.movim.eu / Korben · Thursday, 27 May - 07:00 · 1 minute

SyncMe est l’un de ces services en ligne qui permettent d’envoyer du texte ou des fichiers jusqu’à 50 Mo à quelqu’un en P2P simplement grâce à son navigateur. Contrairement à WeTransfer et d’autres services de ce type où vous devez uploader votre fichier sur leurs serveurs, ici c’est simplement une mise en relation pour établir un transfert de fichier d’un ordinateur à un autre.

Avec SyncMe , lorsque vous envoyez un fichier celui-ci est chiffré à l’aide d’AES256 avec une clé que vous seul connaissez et qui n’est partagée qu’avec les utilisateurs connectés. Ensuite, le fichier est compressé et stocké dans le cache de votre navigateur.

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Comme vos fichiers sont stockés dans le cache du navigateur, ils peuvent alors être transmis aux destinataires en passant par les serveurs proxy de SyncMe. Il est possible de connecter ensemble jusqu’à 4 utilisateurs durant une session d’upload. SyncMe génère alors une URL unique / un code / un QR Code à transmettre à vos correspondants pour que ces derniers puissent récupérer votre prose ou le fichier en question.

Comme avec un réseau Peer-to-peer, les utilisateurs connectés demanderont des morceaux de fichiers que votre navigateur décomposera et enverra via un tunnel TLS (Transport Layer Security) chiffré. Après récupération complète du fichier, celui-ci sera alors déchiffré et décompressé à la demande.

SyncMe est super simple à utiliser, même pour les débutants et aucune donnée concernant les fichiers ni aucune donnée personnelle n’est stockée sur un serveur tiers.

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    The Decentralized Web of Hate - How and Why Hate Groups Started Using Peer-2-Peer Technology - But P2P Can Be Used For Positive Social Impact Too

    Danie van der Merwe · news.movim.eu / gadgeteerza-tech-blog · Saturday, 15 May - 17:01 · 1 minute

Emmi Bevensee, of Rebellious Data, SMAT, and the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, has finished the second of Rebellious Data new Research Insights series of deep dives into the critical topics of our time. This report looks at how hate movements are decentralizing using emerging technologies in ways that make them harder to combat. These technologies ask us critical questions about the future of society and the internet but also pose incredible potential to help us along our way.

This was a real growing issue near the end of 2020 and there was a lot of worry that the technology intended for privacy and protection of those feeling marginalised, would in fact be taken over and abused by hate groups. I saw those hate groups making a presence on Aether P2P network, and the debate starting there, but also on Scuttlebutt and RetroShare.

What is different about P2P is that your network and what you see in your feed, consists of who you are linked to and following. So if your 'community' unfollows or blocks problem individuals, they disappear from view. It does not mean they are gone as they can exist in their own community, but a P2P network is not a centralised moderated service liker Twitter or Facebook, and it effectively protects everyone. It also cannot really be shut off as it only exists between individual peers without any central server (hosting) or country managing it.

If the report whets your appetite to try Scuttlebutt and venture down the rabbit hole, I'd suggest trying it via the Planetary mobile app, or Patchwork for desktops.

See https://rebelliousdata.com/p2p/#more-2630

#technology #P2P #SSB #socialnetworks #decentralised

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    The Decentralized Web of Hate - How and Why Hate Groups Started Using Peer-2-Peer Technology - But P2P Can Be Used For Positive Social Impact Too

    Danie van der Merwe · Friday, 14 May - 19:41 · 1 minute

Emmi Bevensee, of Rebellious Data, SMAT, and the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, has finished the second of Rebellious Data new Research Insights series of deep dives into the critical topics of our time. This report looks at how hate movements are decentralizing using emerging technologies in ways that make them harder to combat. These technologies ask us critical questions about the future of society and the internet but also pose incredible potential to help us along our way.

This was a real growing issue near the end of 2020 and there was a lot of worry that the technology intended for privacy and protection of those feeling marginalised, would in fact be taken over and abused by hate groups. I saw those hate groups making a presence on Aether P2P network, and the debate starting there, but also on Scuttlebutt and RetroShare.

What is different about P2P is that your network and what you see in your feed, consists of who you are linked to and following. So if your 'community' unfollows or blocks problem individuals, they disappear from view. It does not mean they are gone as they can exist in their own community, but a P2P network is not a centralised moderated service liker Twitter or Facebook, and it effectively protects everyone. It also cannot really be shut off as it only exists between individual peers without any central server (hosting) or country managing it.

If the report whets your appetite to try Scuttlebutt and venture down the rabbit hole, I'd suggest trying it via the Planetary mobile app, or Patchwork for desktops.

See https://rebelliousdata.com/p2p/#more-2630

#technology #P2P #SSB #socialnetworks #decentralised

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    Lutte anti-piratage : vers des amendes de 350 euros pour éviter un procès à l’internaute fautif ?

    news.movim.eu / Numerama · Tuesday, 11 May - 16:42

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Un nouveau texte anti-piratage est en préparation. Les sénateurs proposent de développer des transactions pénales contre les internautes accusés de pirater. En clair : payer une amende pour éviter d'être poursuivi par les autorités. [Lire la suite]

Voitures, vélos, scooters... : la mobilité de demain se lit sur Vroom ! https://www.numerama.com/vroom/vroom//

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    La nouvelle stratégie contre le piratage des œuvres sur Internet se met en place

    news.movim.eu / Numerama · Thursday, 8 April - 16:38

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En Conseil des ministres a été présenté un projet de loi qui va muscler la lutte contre le piratage, au-delà de ce que faisait la Hadopi. [Lire la suite]

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L'article La nouvelle stratégie contre le piratage des œuvres sur Internet se met en place est apparu en premier sur Numerama .

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    Retroshare Peer-To-Peer Social Network has finally updated to v 0.6.6

    Danie van der Merwe · news.movim.eu / gadgeteerza-tech-blog · Friday, 26 March - 09:11

The changelog below explains why this release took quite a long time, as many core features were changed and updated. The previous version 0.6.5 was difficult to connect with other users, so this release is truly a big step forward, and if you were planning to test this network out, this is the best version to get going with.

See https://retroshareteam.wordpress.com/2021/03/15/release-notes-for-v0-6-6/

#technology #socialnetwork #P2P #retroshare #opensource

  • Release notes for v0.6.6

    This release took even more time than the previous ones. This is for one simple reason: we changed lots of core features of the software (e.g. token system, notifications, etc), which had us re-imp…

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    croc is a free and open source cross-platform P2P command line tool for secure file transfers between computers

    Danie van der Merwe · news.movim.eu / gadgeteerza-tech-blog · Saturday, 6 March - 09:27

It uses relay-assisted peer-to-peer transactions and end-to-end encryption via password-authenticated key exchange. The program is written in Go and is available for Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux and *BSD.

The idea behind croc is being able to transfer files and folders between cross-platform computers securely, fast and easy. With support for resumable, peer-to-peer transfers. As a bonus feature, croc is also able to securely transfer a short text or URL directly.

The data transfer is done using a relay, either using raw TCP sockets or websockets. When the sender and the receiver are on the same LAN, croc uses a local relay, otherwise a public relay is used. Thanks to this, croc can send files between computers in the same LAN, or over the Internet, without having port-forwarding enabled.

See https://www.linuxuprising.com/2021/03/croc-is-tool-for-resumable-encrypted.html

#technology #opensource #P2P #crossplatform #filetransfer



Popcorn Time streams movies and TV shows from torrents

Downloading copyrighted material may be illegal in your country. Use at your own risk.

Popcorn Time is a multi-platform, free software BitTorrent client that includes an integrated media player. The applications provide a free alternative to subscription-based video streaming services such as Netflix. Popcorn Time uses sequential downloading to stream video listed by several torrent websites, and third party trackers can also be added manually.

https://popcorntime.app/
https://github.com/popcorn-official/popcorn-desktop/releases

#p2p #bittorrent #torrent #foss #opensource