Over the past few days there has been a lot of questions around the network configurations of Retroshare, an application that provides secure Friend-To-Friend (F2F) networks. There is not a lot of humanly readable documentation on the matter. I’ve been a Retroshare user for over 14 months at the time of writing and wrote this article as a part of a series on retroshare. In this article I’ll explain each of the four network configurations and their consequences.

On january 6, 2013 the Retroshare team wrote an article on privacy on the Retroshare Network. It explains some basics and isn’t a bad read at all.

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I recently did a project called Programming Life in which we had to design an application for synthetic biologist to relieve their programming need when designing new cells. The result was outstanding, but that’s not what this post is about. As for any project we do in university, one has to write a reflection that’s not about the product or process. This is what I turned in.

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