Linux.com: Scalable Anonymity with I2P

“The Invisible Internet Project (I2P) is a work in progress
whose aim is to provide a secure version of the IP protocol that
addresses threats common to the standard TCP/IP networking
infrastructure–most importantly, the effortless identification and
tracking of participating peers.

“In I2P, each participating peer keeps a secret pool of inbound,
or data-receiving, and outbound, or data-transmitting, tunnels it
chooses itself. A tunnel consists of a configurable number of
routers in sequence, where longer tunnels mean more anonymity, at
the expense of performance…”


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