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PirateBox Transforms Any Space Into A Free P2P File Sharing Network

PirateBox Transforms Any Space Into A Free P2P File Sharing Network
technology

Open Source mobile device makes it easy for people to share digital content anonymously.

Naresh Kumar
  • 31 january 2011

PirateBox is a peer-to-peer file sharing device that uses free and Open Source software to turn any space into a free wireless file sharing network. Created by David Darts, a New York University professor, PirateBox allows users in its network’s range to share digital content from any wifi-enabled device while remaining completely anonymous. The device is secure and doesn’t require any login for people to join in its open wireless network. It is fully portable and can be powered by either AC or DC

Watch its video demo below:



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