I had the idea you could let users access their transfer using a web-based p2p client. So when a user doesn't have administrator rights they could still access their files on anyone's computer. Web based p2p clients already exist, although they tend to use java. Which is kind of insecure... I'm not a html programmer, but maybe it can be done using html5?3 votes
We’ve thought about doing this a while back. Right now, we see Infinit as a desktop application that integrates with a person’s workflow and doesn’t require a more arduous and time consuming process of accessing a website each time you want to share a file. Nevertheless, we are incredibly open to this idea. We’ll see how things evolve and perhaps integrate this feature in the future!
Can't find anything about security , encryption , privacy, selling information to third party. Nothing....
This is VERY suspicious2 votes
Hello. Here is a new link that better describes the basics of the encryption method we use. http://help.infinit.io/knowledgebase/articles/517179-can-you-provide-details-about-your-peer-to-peer-en While you’re right that we haven’t published anything for the general public, we will soon have a more elaborate explanation of the technology we use and its functionality. Sorry for the incredibly long delay.
We’ll be adding tutorial videos to the website this month or next for every platform in order to offer some more visibility on how to use Infinit from the get-go.
I saw in multiple occasions that when downloading a file from
Default seems to use TLS 1.0 instead of TLS 1.2 (This is bad =s)
Also, but less problematic, the webserver _seems_ to delivers a preferred TLS connection with a ciphersuite
You could upgrade the default to something like
Hi there! Thanks for noticing this. Our tech team has taken this into account, and I think we’ll be updating to 1.2 next week!
- Don't see your idea?