Theseus: A Robust System for Preserving and Sharing Research
Resisting Sybil Attacks in Distributed Hash Tables
Securely Finding Friends via DHT Dead Drops
Distributed Search in Theseus
The State of Theseus, One Month In
Theseus Protocol v0.1 Overview
Bloom Filter Parameters for Distributed Search
Message Encryption in Theseus
Resisting Man-in-the-Middle Attacks in P2P Networks
I just published Version 1.0 of the Theseus DHT Protocol specification. This is especially exciting because it went live on Friday evening, April 20th – which just happens to be the one-year anniversary of the version 0.1 spec’s publication.
The 1.0 spec contains a number of important changes, and reflects a lot of conceptual and material improvements to the design that I’ve been able to come up with over the last year. I don’t expect to have to make any more changes to the spec before finishing a 1.0 version of the actual implementation.
There’s still a long way to go as far as implementing everything described here, but publishing an authoritative spec for reference is a big step forward and I’m really excited about how far this project has come and where it’s headed.