Freedom Network source code now available

Code Con Source code for ZeroKnowledge Systems' discontinued anonymous Internet service has leaked onto the Web, apparently with the blessing of ZKS' Chief Scientist Ian Goldman.

The announcement was made on Goldman's behalf at the CodeCon conference by Len Sassaman, co-organizer of the three day grassroots P2P and crypto conference .

Until early last October, Freedom Network offered anonymous web surfing and email with a comprehensive, belt-and-braces approach to anonymity involving dedicated servers, tricky routing tactics and the generation of noise traffic. All packets were encrypted. ZKS discontinued the service but denied that the decision was a consequence of the post-September 11 hysteria.

News source: the Reg

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