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Nov 20th 2008
Encryption: FreeOTFE v4.40 released - realtime transparent disk encryption system, which uses disk images (either file or partition based) to provide encrypted virtual drives
Sept 12, 2007
Filesharing/Encryption: www.gigatribe.com Shalsoft releases GigaTribe 2.40, the latest version of its private file-sharing software for networks of friends. GigaTribe lets users select specific folders on their harddrive that they want to share with friends or coworkers; users then invite each other into their private networks. All exchanges are encrytped and entire folders can be exchanged (no file-size limits).
May 27, 2007
Encryption: FreeOTFE4PDA v2.10 released. FreeOTFE4PDA can create one or more encrypted "virtual storage cards" on Pocket PCs, which look like a normal compact flash or SD card (i.e. storage card) to the user, but encrypt data before it is written to the real storage giving "transparent encryption"). Also available is a PC version ("FreeOTFE") which offers similar functionality for desktop computers
May 4, 2007
Filesharing/Music: Grooveshark ALPHA product has been released. Grooveshark allows you to purchase DRM-Free music legally over a peer to peer network, and will even pay you for your current collection of songs.
Apr 23, 2007
Apr 12, 2007
Anonymity/Privacy/Encryption/Filesharing & Chat: Retroshare.sf.net 0.30, the anonymity-sensitive open source public domain distributed File Sharing Chat Messenger system, is now available for download (Windows and Linux installers). Retroshare serverless & encrypted Instant Messenger is a cross-platform private p2p sharing program. It lets you share securely your friends, using a web-of-trust to authenticate peers and OpenSSL to encrypt all communication, Chat and Instant Messages.
Retroshare provides filesharing, Groupchat, Email-Messages and channels for content Distribution. Its similar like Waste from Nullsoft, only that the buddy is not lost in the next online session and with enhanced FileSharing.
Apr 7, 2007
Anonymity: kerjodando 0.1b, the anonymity open source public domain distributed anonymous p2p f2f file sharing system written in java, is now available for download (Windows, Linux, and Mac OS ).
Jan 4, 2007
This is an alpha release ("substantial changes still in progress, liable to break, for geeks only") that could be useful for early developers and adopters (code contributions are welcome). Syndie aka Syndiemedia is brought to you by the development team of I2P.
–MrWhite 14:26, 11 January 2007 (CET)
Nov 7, 2006
File sharing: Pando a free service allowing file sharing via P2P. Focuses on individual or small group file sharing. Encrypted connections and available for Mac and PC.
–--Webfork 02:16, 8 November 2006 (CET)
Sept 5, 2006
Aug 30, 2006
Filesharing Allpeers Enters Public Beta - a secure Friend-to-Friend file sharing system using Firefox. Contains some bugs, problems, and limitations on number of files shared but is expected to soon be the Firefox "killerapp." Read more from zeropaid.
–Webfork 03:19, 31 August 2006 (CEST)
July 24, 2006
July 11, 2006
Anonymity: Thanks to coderman for pointing me to JanusVM, an "Internet Privacy Appliance" (essentially openVPN, Squid, Privoxy, and Tor running in a VMWare virtual machine).
–Erik 00:26, 11 July 2006 (CEST)
July 10, 2006
Uploads: File uploads should now work - feel free to upload appropriate images, but please don't get us into trouble with copyrighted stuff.
–Erik 19:22, 10 July 2006 (CEST)
Content: Check out http://www.chomskytorrents.org/ and http://www.mvgroup.org/ for high quality educational and political content on BitTorrent. Know other cool sites? Add them to BitTorrent/Links.
–Erik 19:01, 10 July 2006 (CEST)
Technical: OK, folks, sorry for the delay in getting us back on track. The infoAnarchy wiki should now be fully operational again, please e-mail me at moeller AT scireview DOT de if something isn't working right. Will take some time to get the story content out of the Scoop database into a reasonable format -- let me know if you want to help.
–Erik 19:01, 10 July 2006 (CEST)