Anonymous P2P inside browsers, no installation, compatible with torrents but encrypted and untrackable - Download and adaptive Streaming
You only need your browser
No installation - No plugins
Easy to use
Safe and secure
For each connection 4 anonymizer routers are used to hide your identity, so all data sent and received by your browser are encrypted 4 times.
Please use the latest release of Firefox or Chrome.
With Peersm application Tor is already inside your browser, so it is not recommended to use the Tor browser, if you absolutely want to use it then please see the Troubleshooting section.
Download: Enter a hash_name
See some hash_name examples in the Links section, for example the Apple iphone outstanding enrollment procedure video:
And click on Download:
Or enter an URL
And click on Download:
Rename, open, save, encrypt, decrypt
Once the download is completed, rename the file with the correct extension (mp4 here), open, save on your disk.
Unless you delete it, the file will remain inside your browser and can now be downloaded by others from your browser.
You can encrypt or decrypt a shared file, please see the examples in the video.
Resuming a download
You can not lose what you have already downloaded.
If for any reason the download stops, then resume it if the system does not do it by itself:
Check that you are really anonymous
You can see the different nodes that are hiding your real IP address:
Upload: Share your files with others
Click on the upload button and choose a file (collusion.mp4):
Check the properties of the file
Once uploaded inside your browser, click on the file icon and properties:
Send the hash_name and file extension to others
Send the hash_name and file extension (by email, sms, forums, etc):
Send the hash too so people can check that they have downloaded the correct file:
If you have encrypted your file, then send the encryption key too:
The suggested format for a complete Peersm reference would be:
The Peersm client (Linux, Windows, Mac)
Files are stored inside browsers but people might close them. So you can install the Peersm client on your server, PC or Mac and share files anonymously without having to let your browser open.
Installing Peersm client
The files are renamed like file_name#hash_name.ext:
The Peersm Tor Bridge (Linux, Windows, Mac)
You can run a Tor Bridge implementing the WebSocket interface, ie a Tor access node for the browsers using Peersm:
Choose your Bridge
In case you prefer to select yourself the first node that your browser will connect to, you can do:
Peersm client installation on Windows
http://nodejs.org/dist/v0.11.9/node-v0.11.9-x86.msi (5.5 MB)
or for a 64 bits conf:
http://nodejs.org/dist/v0.11.9/x64/node-v0.11.9-x64.msi (5.5 MB)
Execute the msi file to install node, node will be installed in C:/Program Files/nodejs
Download: Peersm client installer (233 KB)
Execute the file, this will install the Peersm client in C:/Program Files/Peersm and launch it.
Put the files you want to share in C:/Program Files/Peersm/peersm_client
That's it, as simple, this will launch Peersm client in background and your files can now be downloaded by others anonymously for both.
Phase 1 - General Principles
Phase 2 - The target
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