Preparing for the loss of internet access

A secure network protocol designed to facilitate communications among users with or without internet access. Features include, encrypted web proxies, VOIP, email, and mesh networking. In testing.

A project to improve secure and anonymous communications and file sharing using the GNUnet mesh networking protocol. Initially will focus on chat and mail with the vision of becoming a secure alternative to social networking. In development.

An open source encrypted mesh networking protocol.

Voice and messaging without the internet. Features mesh networking, offline maps, and 3000mAh lithium ion battery. Hardware connects via Bluetooth and enables communication with other Beartooth users up to 10 miles away via the 900 MHz ISM band.

A messaging app that doesn’t rely on a central server – messages are synchronized directly between the users’ devices, also known as Peer-to-Peer. Can also sync via the Tor network. Built on the Bramble protocol. Briar 1.2 now available for Android.

An messaging app that features an external antennae enabling you to communicate with no internet connection to other GoTenna users up to 2 miles away. Soon to offer mesh capabilities to extend range. It features peer-to-peer end-to-end encryption with 384-bit elliptic curve public-private key ciphering. So there is no central server. Available at retail outlets in USA.

An open-source VPN daemon that uses tunneling and encryption to create a secure private network between hosts on the Internet.

A peer-to-peer IPv6 network (Mesh) with automatic end-to-end encryption, distributed IP address allocation, and DHT-based Source Routing. Based on the cjdns routing protocol. Formerly known as Project Meshnet.

A mesh routing layer for end-to-end encrypted networking and a framework for distributed applications designed to replace the old insecure Internet protocol stack.