|Description|| Working on CENO ( https://censorship.no ) in the last year, we discovered that building decentralized services on top of P2P filesharing networks is not only a plausible scenario, but also a scalable and resilient one, with minimal requirements for infrastructure.
In this session, we aim to share the methods we collected or came up with in order to improve the speed and availability of our service, create anonymous communication channels with specific nodes, protect our nodes from de-anonymization attacks, prevent DDoS and spamming, balance the load of handling user requests, etc.
CENO is an innovative approach to censorship circumvention, using P2P anonymous storage networks (in particular Freenet - https://freenetproject.org ). The project is developed by eQualitie ( https://equalit.ie ) and its source code is available under the GNU AGPLv3 ( https://github.com/equalitie/ceno )
|Keyword(s)||software, network, hacking, coding, security|
|Language|| en - English |
en - English
12:00 - 12:30