Rework of the hashing system
added eMule download import
fixed some upload issues
some more minor fixes
added ed2k server support
moved default download dir to Users/*/Downloads/NeoLoader/..
added estimeted SYN ACK overhead recording
added proepr IP overhead estimation for UTP frames
added option to prevent standby while neo is running
Added eDonkey-Hybrid horde protocol
fixed MuleKad not being able to geta buddy
reworked the hoster system
Additionally to Torrent and eMule file sharing, NeoLoader now also has its own sharing network.
is a anonymous P2P filesharing network that uses NeoKad to route packets between cryptographic endpoints. The implementaion provides TOR/I2P anonymization to those who want it, as well as plausible deniability to all other users. A node initiates a secure comminucation channel which is indistinguishable form a node mearly relaying data frames. The data frames are relayed using a unidirectional convergent mesh routing towards the tunnel exchange points in the target area. This method ensures that slow relaying nodes do not pose a bottle neck in the tunnel. All data is transferred using end-to-end encryption (using EC-Diffie-Hellman key exchange and AES 256 bit encryption). Additionally all communication between each hop is encrypted so that a traffic analysis can not reveal the route of data frames through the network.
To sped up your Torrent and eMule Downloads:
We have a unique feature called "Hoster Cache
". When you add your hoster accounts (free or premium) to NeoLoader, your client will upload data from the Torrent and ed2k network to file hosters. Other NeoLoader clients can then download the data directly from hosters. So the uploader multiplies his own upload bandwith by using hosters as a "cache" to spread files. You can test our new Hoster Cache Feature using this TestFile
. You find the password to your NeoLoader under Settings -> General. (Address can be left empty, assuming NeoLoader is running on the same host as your WebBrowser).
Mac OS X
[color="#FF0000"]Please Note that there is no more Windows x64 version available, use the x86 build instead.