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The software is free and open source and is published under multiple licenses. The name I2P is derived from Invisible Internet Project, which, in pseudo-mathematical notation, is represented as I²P. Technical design[edit] I2P is beta software since 2003.[3] Developers emphasize that there are likely to be bugs in the software and that there has been insufficient peer review to date.[4] However, they believe the code is now reasonably stable and well-developed, and more exposure can help development of I2P. Many developers of I2P are known only under pseudonyms. While the previous main developer, jrandom, is currently on hiatus, others, such as zzz and Complication have continued to lead development efforts, and are assisted by numerous contributors.[6] Software[edit] I2P router console iMule Since I2P is an anonymous network layer, it is designed so other software can use it for anonymous communication. General networking[edit] Chat[edit] File sharing[edit] E-mail[edit] Instant messaging[edit]

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Introducing I2P I2P is a scalable, self organizing, resilient packet switched anonymous network layer, upon which any number of different anonymity or security conscious applications can operate. Each of these applications may make their own anonymity, latency, and throughput tradeoffs without worrying about the proper implementation of a free route mixnet, allowing them to blend their activity with the larger anonymity set of users already running on top of I2P. Applications available already provide the full range of typical Internet activities - anonymous web browsing, web hosting, chat, file sharing, e-mail, blogging and content syndication, newsgroups, as well as several other applications under development. Web browsing: using any existing browser that supports using a proxy. Chat: IRC, Jabber, I2P-Messenger.

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