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Nodezilla

Nodezilla is a secured, distributed, and fault tolerant routing system (or grid network) that supports distributed services such as file sharing, chat, efficient video multicast streaming, and secured file storage. It provides cache features where any server may create a local replica of any data object. These local replicas provide faster access and robustness to network partitions, and reduce network congestion by localizing access traffic. To ensure data protection, redundancy and cryptographic techniques are used.

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Recent releases

  •  01 Feb 2010 12:36

    Release Notes: A bunch of bugfixes and routing improvements were made.

    •  10 Feb 2009 14:16

      Release Notes: This release upgrades all support libraries and fixes a bunch of bugs that caused crashes. It also fixes a problem that caused corrupted objects to be replicated over the grid.

      •  21 Oct 2008 18:09

        Release Notes: This release fixes a major problem in the SSL library causing dead sockets on heavy loaded nodes. It also improves on speed and CPU usage.

        •  31 Jul 2008 14:13

          Release Notes: Small bugs in the replication code which prevented some objects from ever being properly replicated under high load were fixed. A new DistributedPocket API was added.

          •  20 Jun 2008 14:54

            Release Notes: Routing logic has been rewritten, with heavy tuning for relayed nodes. Memory usage has been reduced and the CA root authority certificate has been updated.

            Recent comments

            07 Dec 2004 19:07 petra

            Re: No source


            > Did you look here?

            > http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=117683&package_id=128146

            >

            Just now. I haven't built and can't vouch for those files, but at the time the above comment was posted, those files were not available (as per the author's comments that source code isn't necessary for security).

            Thanks for the heads-up.

            07 Dec 2004 18:32 justlooking

            Re: No source


            > I'm not terribly concerned with *how* it

            > works; I'm already quite familiar with

            > the algorithms in Freenet (and the

            > similarities to your own). I'm

            > concerned that you don't want people to

            > see the source code to this program for

            > one reason or another. The programs

            > distributed by Redhat and Debian,

            > whether you're aware of it or not have

            > their source code read / compiled /

            > audited by at least the author and

            > Redhat's employees (which are most often

            > different people). That said, MOST of

            > the software people use on their

            > desktops doesn't claim to be secure or

            > anonymous or protect their identities.

            > Yours does.

            Did you look here?

            http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=117683&package_id=128146

            27 Jun 2004 16:38 petra

            Re: No source
            I'm not terribly concerned with *how* it works; I'm already quite familiar with the algorithms in Freenet (and the similarities to your own). I'm concerned that you don't want people to see the source code to this program for one reason or another. The programs distributed by Redhat and Debian, whether you're aware of it or not have their source code read / compiled / audited by at least the author and Redhat's employees (which are most often different people). That said, MOST of the software people use on their desktops doesn't claim to be secure or anonymous or protect their identities. Yours does.

            27 Jun 2004 14:30 smkaribou

            Re: No source


            And if you want more infos on the inside-out of NZ:

            http://nodezilla.cjb.net/evlarchi.html

            > Warning: this "secure" and

            > "anonymous" software includes

            > no source code. If you want to trust

            > this individual (or group, or agency) to

            > write secure and honest software without

            > the source, then so be it; just a

            > warning.

            27 Jun 2004 14:20 smkaribou

            Re: No source
            Thanks for the warning, but I think you know that most of the programs running on todays computer are not open-source, and are then 'trusted' by their users.

            Even Opensource programs, and linux distributions, are installed on precompiled forms (rpm/deb whatever), and are not compiled by final users, they also trust the binaries for being safe.

            Nearly nobody wants/can/have to time to check sources for backdoors or check algorithms validity.

            This warning sounds like something else than a standard warning everybody knows, what's your point/interest in here ?

            That's for the general point, now where do you see written that it won't be opensourced ? Like maybe when it will be on a more stable state ?

            > Warning: this "secure" and

            > "anonymous" software includes

            > no source code. If you want to trust

            > this individual (or group, or agency) to

            > write secure and honest software without

            > the source, then so be it; just a

            > warning.

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