Decentralized websites using Bitcoin crypto and the BitTorrent network – https://zeronet.io
- We believe in open, free, and uncensored network and communication.
- No single point of failure: Site remains online so long as at least 1 peer is serving it.
- No hosting costs: Sites are served by visitors.
- Impossible to shut down: It’s nowhere because it’s everywhere.
- Fast and works offline: You can access the site even if Internet is unavailable.
- Real-time updated sites
- Namecoin .bit domains support
- Easy to setup: unpack & run
- Clone websites in one click
- Password-less BIP32 based authorization: Your account is protected by the same cryptography as your Bitcoin wallet
- Built-in SQL server with P2P data synchronization: Allows easier site development and faster page load times
- Anonymity: Full Tor network support with .onion hidden services instead of IPv4 addresses
- TLS encrypted connections
- Automatic uPnP port opening
- Plugin for multiuser (openproxy) support
- Works with any browser/OS
Change log v0.5.7
- New plugin: CORS to request read permission to other site’s content
- New API command: userSetSettings/userGetSettings to store site’s settings in users.json
- Avoid file download if the file size does not match with the requested one
- –silent command line option to disable logging to stdout
- Better error reporting on sign/verification errors
- More test for sign and verification process
- Update to OpenSSL v1.0.2l
- Limit compressed files to 6MB to avoid zip/tar.gz bomb
- Allow space, , () characters in filenames
- Disable cross-site resource loading to improve privacy. [Reported by Beardog108]
- Download directly accessed Pdf/Svg/Swf files instead of displaying them to avoid wrapper escape using in JS in SVG file. [Reported by Beardog108]
- Disallow potentially unsafe regular expressions to avoid ReDoS [Reported by MuxZeroNet]
- Detecting data directory when running Windows distribution exe [Reported by Plasmmer]
- OpenSSL loading under Android 6+
- Error on exiting when no connection server started