Start a fully meshed network by passing on the generated link and share files peer-to-peer and end-to-end encrypted powered by WebRTC!
- Works fully in the browser using
- Mesh swarms can be started by opening the site. A "mesh URL" is generated to be passed around.
- The mesh URL contains a password. All files mesh will be sent
- Swarms can be joined by opening the mesh URL.
- Swarm form fully meshed networks (n:n) using
- WebRTC signaling data is exchanged via
- Swarm URLs can be bookmarked and reused.
trust on first use: encryption keys
- You see when the source code changes because of
trust on first use: source code
Files will *not* be propagated among peers. The peers that initates a transfer will send the file to every connected peer individually.
Combining trust on first use both for encryption keys *and* source code will help you defeat Sauron!
git clone https://github.com/pguth/peermesh.git cd peermesh npm install # You need a signaling server running: npm install -g signalhub signalhub listen -p 7000 # Now serve peermesh: npm run build # and then open `public/index.html` in your browser or npm start # to start the development server on `http://localhost:9966`
peertransferPeertransfer is a (1:n) WebRTC based file transfer tool. Compared to
peermeshit encodes a authentication code into the "sharing URL" that is passed around and will not initiate WebRTC signaling if the code is missing or wrong.