The next generation of peer to peer file sharing. Unlike classic P2P softwares, RetroShare only connects to trusted friends and not just anyone, this is called a "friend-to-friend (F2F)" network.
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Fort - Cryptography Extension for Windows is an open source file encryption software which integrates into the Windows file explorer.
RetroShare is free software for encrypted filesharing, serverless email, instant messaging, chatrooms, and BBS, based on a friend-to-friend network built on GPG (GNU Privacy Guard).
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