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CONIKSpermalink

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CONIKS is a key management system for end users capable of integration in end-to-end secure communication services. The main idea is that users should not have to worry about managing encryption keys when they want to communicate securely, but they also should not have to trust their secure communication service providers to act in their interest.

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git-ipfs-rehostpermalink

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This project provides a way to statically host your git repos in ipfs.

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git-remote-ipfspermalink

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This project provides a "native" Git protocol helper to push and pull Git repositories over IPFS.

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IPFSpermalink

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IPFS is a global, versioned, peer-to-peer filesystem. It combines good ideas from Git, BitTorrent, Kademlia, SFS, and the Web. It is like a single bittorrent swarm, exchanging git objects. IPFS provides an interface as simple as the HTTP web, but with permanence built in. You can also mount the world at /ipfs. This is the main implementation, written in Go.

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ipfs-chrome-extensionpermalink

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This project provides IPFS gateway redirection in a Google Chrome extension.

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ipfs-chrome-stationpermalink

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This project provides a Chrome extension that lets you access IPFS urls seamlessly from your local IPFS node.

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ipfs-firefox-addonpermalink

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This project provides a Firefox addon for transparent access to IPFS resources via local HTTP2IPFS gateway.

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ipscendpermalink

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This project provides a quick and simple deploy tool to host native web applications and static web pages in IPFS.

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JS-IPFSpermalink

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JS-IPFS is a JavaScript implementation of IPFS, a global, versioned, peer-to-peer filesystem.

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PyBitmessagepermalink

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Bitmessage is a trustless, encrypted, P2P communications protocol used to send encrypted messages to another person or to many subscribers.

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tentpermalink

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Tent lets you control your data instead of handing it over to service and app providers. Just like email, you choose a Tent provider or can set up your own Tent server.

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Upspin is an experimental project to build a framework for naming and sharing files and other data securely, uniformly, and globally: a global name system of sorts. It is not a file system, but a set of protocols and reference implementations that can be used to join things like file systems and other storage services to the name space.

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