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Zhang, Bohao (author)
Since the dawn of BitTorrent technology, free-riding has always been a critical
issue restricting the performance and availability of the BitTorrent network. To solve this problem, BitTorrent involves a tit-for-tat mechanism which does not function satisfactorily against free-riding. Private trackers implement credit systems to eliminate...
master thesis 2018
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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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Luo, Changliang (author)
It is a common case that resources belong to different people who are distributed across the world. So, for making good use of resources, people have to cooperate with each other. Cooperation is important not only in the physical world but also in cyberspace. Computers holding different resources also need to cooperate with others. The problems...
master thesis 2017
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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
PlebNet. Cloudomate is a program that can purchase virtual private servers (VPS)
from a number of providers with Bitcoin, it is accessed through a command line
interface and published as Python library. PlebNet is the implementation of an
autonomous self...
bachelor thesis 2017
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Olsthoorn, M.J.G. (author), Winter, J. (author)
A decentral electronic marketplace to trade digital currencies was created for this project. Users may trade MultiChain balance for Bitcoin. MultiChain can be described as up- and download currency in a peer-to-peer network. When a peer uploads, the balance of that peer increases and the peer can download more effectively. The client for this...
bachelor thesis 2016
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Norberhuis, S.D. (author)
Peer-to-peer networks are often large, collaborative networks where peers can join openly. The essence of a collaborative, distributed system is that every node performs tasks for other nodes. The peers often help in singular interactions and without direct reciprocity. Malicious peers can abuse and freeride the public goods. The network without...
master thesis 2015
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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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Plak, R.S. (author)
Throughout the years the Internet became of indispensable value to social, economic and political life. Despite this, the Internet in all its forms and protocols has proven to be extremely sensitive to manipulation by forces in control of the infrastructure of the Internet. Along with the growth of The Internet came the growth of censorship and...
master thesis 2014
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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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Tanaskoski, R.J.H. (author)
No scalable privacy-enhancing technologies exists that is capable of anonymous HD video streaming. Our paper discusses the new anonymizer built into Tribler, a social content-sharing client. With anonymous HD-video streaming as the main objective requirements as at least 10 Mbit/s throughput, user bandwidth donations and NAT-traversal are...
master 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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Dumitrescu, V. (author)
Large-scale human cooperation is vital to society. Designers and community facilitators of peer-to-peer networks are constantly investigating free-riding prevention measures for their platforms. Such schemes of rewarding good behavior remain a challenging problem in fully decentralized P2P networks. This work is a first attempt to integrate...
master thesis 2013
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Drif, A. (author), Austin, S.E. (author), Ko, W.K.H. (author), Tan, J.E.T. (author)
Since their invention, TV's have become one of the most popular media devices and can be found in almost every livingroom in the world. For a long time, the functionality of the TV stayed the same: the ability to view television programs at certain fixed times of the day. Recently there has been development in the television market adding...
bachelor thesis 2012
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Bouman, E. (author)
There are currently many systems that offer online board games, for instance, social networking sites, where board games enjoy enormous popularity, but also systems such as the Internet Chess Club, which has been around for over a decade. However, these systems are all centralized and typically have drawbacks for the user, such as subscription...
master thesis 2012
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Logiotatidis, G. (author)
Peer-to-peer networks rely on gossip algorithms to spread information about the peer activity and the network status. State-of-the-art gossip algorithms are not sufficient to spread the information widely, as the size and the complexity of the unmanaged networks grow. They suffer from high bandwidth utilization and lack mechanisms to verify the...
master thesis 2010
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Vliegendhart, R. (author)
Peer-to-peer (P2P) technology allows us to create self-organising and scalable systems. The distributed nature of these systems requires a solution for finding interesting peers. In the context of P2P file sharing, finding peers who are downloading the same file is referred to as the swarm discovery problem. In BitTorrent, this problem is solved...
master thesis 2010
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Van Hattem, R.D.T. (author), Vliegendhart, R. (author)
BitTorrent is a popular peer-to-peer file sharing protocol. From a user’s perspective, it is important that a BitTorrent client downloads the files as fast as possible. The socially enhanced BitTorrent client called Tribler – from the Delft University of Technology and the Vrije Universiteit – was presumed to be lacking in speed. This...
bachelor thesis 2007
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