About GNUnet

GNUnet is an alternative network stack for building secure, decentralized and privacy-preserving distributed applications. Our goal is to replace the old insecure Internet protocol stack. Starting from an application for secure publication of files, it has grown to include all kinds of basic protocol components and applications towards the creation of a GNU internet.

GNUnet is an official GNU package. GNUnet can be downloaded from GNU and the GNU mirrors.

gnurl 7.53.1 released

Today the microfork of cURL, gnURL, has been released in version 7.53.1 following the last two patch- and version-releases of curl. This fixes fixes CVE-2017-2629 among other issues (see https://curl.haxx.se/changes.html for the full Changelog).

You have to run "./buildconf" before compiling gnurl.

The download is available as usual at https://gnunet.org/gnurl

gnurl 7.52.1 released

Today the microfork of curl, gnurl, has been released in version 7.52.1 following the release of curl. This fixes CVE-2016-9594 present only in the previous version of cURL (and therefore gnurl).

gnurl 7.52.0 released

Today the microfork of curl, gnurl, has been released in version 7.52.0 following the release of curl.

GNUnet e.V. meeting @ 33C3

We are happy to announce our annual GNUnet e.V. meeting at 33C3. All members of GNUnet e.V. are cordially invited.

The meeting starts at 2016/12/28 12:30 at Hall A.1.

More information is available on:
https://events.ccc.de/congress/2016/wiki/Session:GNUNet_e.V._meeting
Information about the venue can be found on:
https://events.ccc.de/congress/2016/wiki/Room:Hall_A.1

YBTI / We Fix the Net session at 33c3

At 33c3 the GNUNet & pEp assembly will host a "YBTI/We Fix the Net" session with a series of talks of developing secure alternatives to current internet protocols. We might hold an organized discussion or panel as well.

More details will be posted here closer to the congress. For now, please contact us at wefixthenet@gnunet.org if you would like to present your work or wish to organize a panel or other activity.

Reverse lookups in GNS

Motivation
DNS allows to resolve the name of an IP address. This is sometimes called "reverse lookup". In fact, it is actually "normal" resolution of a PTR record. The name of such a record would be, for example, 4.4.8.8.in-addr.arpa. The .arpa TLD is managed by IANA.

This blogpost is meant to spread ideas that have been exchanged via private email and might be interesting for a broader audience. If you feel like you have useful comments, don't hesitate to do so.

GNUnet for Gentoo

In summer 2015 I started to package GNUnet for Gentoo as contributor to the youbroketheinternet-overlay.

This short post is to announce that, among other packages, you can now build and install GNUnet (and gnunet-gtk, gnurl) on Gentoo as easy as:

Videos from the GNU Hacker Meeting August 16-20 2016 (Rennes)

GHM 2016 is over. However, thanks to Alain Crenn's excellent recording work, you can find the recorded talks here.

(We also made them available to audio-video of GNU, but they have not yet posted them for some reason.)

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