cjb/GitTorrent: A decentralization of GitHub using BitTorrent and Bitcoin edit / delete

"GitTorrent is a peer-to-peer network of Git repositories being shared over BitTorrent." Also uses Bitcoin for username registration, which is a cute hack.

to amusements git p2p scm version-control ... on 26 February

IPFS is a new peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol. edit / delete

A DHT-based CDN. Neat idea; unlikely to be adopted; curious as to what the performance would actually be like in practice.

to cdn dht ipfs p2p server software web ... on 23 September 2015

C3TV - Cyber Necromancy edit / delete

The 31C3 presentation on reverse-engineering Metal Gear Online. You need to watch the video for this one.

to ag0907 ccc games mgo networking p2p reverse-engineering security ... on 18 January 2015

[SaveMGO] Tactical Revival Action edit / delete

Reverse-engineering the server for Metal Gear Online 1/2 -- there was an excellent presentation about this at 31C3 that explained how they did it. It's a peer-to-peer game, so the server actually isn't too complicated. AG0907 students will probably find it interesting to see what a real-world matchmaking protocol looks like.

to ag0907 games mgo networking p2p reverse-engineering security ... on 18 January 2015

Under the Surface of Azeroth: A Network Baseline and Security Analysis of Blizzard's World of Warcraft edit / delete

Looking at what WoW does on startup (not in-game). I like that they're using BitTorrent to distribute large chunks of data rather than developing something from scratch. (Suggested by Archie Yates.)

to ag0907 bittorrent games networking p2p wow ... on 07 November 2013

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