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Jaspers Focks, Thijmen (author), van Veltom, Harvey (author), Wigmore, Viktor (author), Nguyen, Wing (author)
As the amount of digital content being shared is increasing, the need for a privacy protecting and resilient method of file sharing grows. New copyright law proposals are suggesting that governments and corporations are attempting to claim control over the use of the internet. As these new laws may lead to restrictions in digital content sharing...
bachelor thesis 2018
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Heijligers, Jaap (author), van den Berg, René (author), Hoppenbrouwer, Mitchell (author)
Throughout this project two components have been created: Cloudomate and<br/>PlebNet. Cloudomate is a program that can purchase virtual private servers (VPS)<br/>from a number of providers with Bitcoin, it is accessed through a command line<br/>interface and published as Python library. PlebNet is the implementation of an<br/>autonomous self...
bachelor thesis 2017
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Van Beusekom, M. (author), Herckenrath, N.C. (author)
Due to the rise of smartphone technology, numerous citizens carry Internet-enabled recording equipment with them at all times. Should atrocities be committed by the the government, they would have a hard time to cover-up the truth without blocking the Internet. Governments have demonstrated their ability to restrict access to the Internet during...
bachelor thesis 2015
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Van Bruggen, C. (author), Feddes, N.F. (author), Vermeer, M. (author)
Privacy is dying. Internet users have been trying more and more to keep governments' and security agencies' prying eyes away from their online activity. Anonymity - Internet anonymity, specifically - has therefore gained traction in recent years. In order to further contribute to the effort of Internet privacy and anonymity, this project's goal...
bachelor thesis 2015
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Sabée, W.F. (author), Spruit, N. (author), Schut, D.E. (author)
The amount of people using smartphones to access shared content has rapidly grown in the last couple of years. Popular services to share the media all rely on a client/server model, which have scalability issues and are prone to censorship. A decentralized approach would make censorship more difficult and growth more sustainable. Thus the main...
bachelor thesis 2014
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De Vos, M.A. (author), Jagerman, R.M. (author), Versluis, L.F.D. (author)
Tribler is a decentralized peer-to-peer file sharing system. Recently the Tribler development team has introduced anonymous internet communication using a Tor-like protocol in their trial version. The goal of our bachelor project is to port this technology to Android devices. This is a challenging task because cross-compiling the necessary...
bachelor thesis 2014
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Norberhuis, S.D. (author), Stokkink, Q.A. (author)
During the course of Q4 of the 2012-2013 academic year, we have worked on the project of a Peer-to-Peer web browser. After a two week orientation phase, a six week programming phase and nally another two week reporting phase we deliver our product. The final result of this endeavor is an integrated web browser in the Tribler platform, which...
bachelor thesis 2013
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Van Touw, J. (author)
As mobile Internet traffic continues to consistently gain on desktop traffic in terms of volume, a desire for a mobile version of Tribler was expressed by the Client: Dr. Ir. Johan Pouwelse. This desire was formulated into a Bachelor project, which will be executed within a period of 11 weeks. The project is centered around answering the...
bachelor thesis 2013
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