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Dat Project [message #2306] Wed, 07 February 2018 18:58 Go to next message
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https://docs.datproject.org/intro

"Ever tried moving large files and folders to other computers? Usually this involves one of a few strategies: being in the same location (usb stick), using a cloud service (Dropbox), or using old but reliable technical tools (rsync). None of these easily store, track, and share your data securely over time. People often are stuck choosing between security, speed, or ease of use. Dat provides all three by using a state of the art technical foundation and user friendly tools for fast and secure file sharing that you control.
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Distributed Network

Dat works on a distributed network unlike cloud services, such as Dropbox or Google Drive. This means Dat transfers files peer to peer, skipping centralized servers. Dat's network makes file transfers faster and more secure. You can even use Dat on local networks for offline file sharing or local backups. Dat reduces bandwidth costs on popular files, as downloads are distributed across all available computers, rather than centralized on a single host."
Re: Dat Project [message #2307 is a reply to message #2306] Wed, 07 February 2018 19:01 Go to previous message
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For the techies out there, this tool may be more useful for sharing large files than using Mega.nz or the like. It even allows for the recieving client to download the file through the browser without having to install Dat software.

https://docs.datproject.org/tutorial

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