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DemonSaw – Transfer Files Anonymously

First there was Newsgroups and FTP’s, Then there was Napster and its spin offs, And then Torrent came to power. But now as ISP’s  are blocking torrent transfers and the NSA is monitoring you torrent downloads.  A new breed of file transfer systems has finally arrived and its name is Demonsaw.

Demonsaw is a new type of file sharing application that allows you to share your files securely. It’s the next leap in the evolution of file sharing. Demonsaw is designed to protect your anonymity and hide what you’re sharing. Your IP address is never revealed to the world. Share whatever you want, with whomever you want, without fear.

Every file sharing application over the past 45+ years has had 3 common elements: the ability to upload/download files, the ability to control program flow, and the ability to transfer data. Demonsaw is different from other file sharing applications because it breaks up these different types of abilities into separate network components that act autonomously. By doing this demonsaw creates an extra layer of abstraction that completely secures your file sharing.

Demonsaw a type of decentralized Cloud network. It takes the best features from centralized applications, like the Dropbox, and decentralized applications, like BitTorrent, and merges them into a seamless new type of hybrid file sharing application. By levering your home Internet access, you become your own file sharing network.

Secure, Anonymous, Free, Everywhere.

Demonsaw has a great interface and works fantastically. however it is not likely time for you to go ahead and delete that torrent software just yet. It is going to be difficult for you to find the files you are looking for unless you get access to a good server most of which are being kept under wraps at the current time.

In support if Demonsaw, Torchlit studios has now set up a Demonsaw server and we are opening it up to everyone so you may all use it however you please. If you would like to connect to, and use this server here is the address:  Demonsaw.TorchlitStudios.com

DemonSaw is not a web platform so you will need to go to http://www.demonsaw.com/ and download the client in order to be able to use it.

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$10 Ebay Yagi Antenna is AWESOME!

lately I have been gathering a bit of fun toys for “penetration testing” one of the more impressive pieces I recently picked up was a wifi yagi antenna I picked up for under $10!

While expectations weren’t very high for this antenna with it coming from Ebay, and being under $10, after getting it I am truly surprised at the quality of the antenna.  It is well tuned to 2.4ghz and is actually 25dBi gain as advertised (tested on an Agilent E8364c network analyzer) and after bolting on a cheap table top camera tripod I now have a very nice little piece of gear.

There is a public hotspot near my house that I was previously barely able to connect to and I could just barely pull up my email using my laptops stock antennas. After hooking this antenna up to my new Alfa AWUS036NHR 2,000mW USB network adapter  I now have a perfect signal and can stream Youtube ad Netflix without issue.  The only issue that one may have with an antenna like this is that it is a directional antenna that requires you to point the antenna in the direction of the access point you are trying to connect with.  It is not difficult to do though because there are plenty of programs available that test signal strength.  Without ever knowing where This public access point is located I was able to point my antenna in its direction by connecting to the hotspot and spinning the antenna slowly until I found what direction had the best signal strength.

This is also a really great tool for finding what networks are in your area because With a high gain antenna I can now pick up about 3 times as many networks than I could previously.

By using a directional antenna instead of the stock Dipole antenna that the network adapter comes with I am able to take advantage of a little known exception the the FCC’s rules that allows for a 60 watt wifi link. check out this episode of Hak5 for more information.


 

There is also a really great EIRP calculator here: http://www.csgnetwork.com/antennaecalc.html

This calculator will allow you to run all the numbers on your own system should you choose to do a bit of playing with higher powered wifi links.

 

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Ntag216 Pre-loaded injectors now for sale!

We at Torchlit Studios are proud to announce that after many long nights working on this project we can now offer our first bio-hacking product!  Its not anything new to the scene but by working with a large NFC tag manufacturer we are able to offer Pre-loaded and sterilized Ntag216 glass tags  at a significant saving over other producers.

These tags are available in the TorchlitStudios.com web store at this link: http://torchlitstudios.com/?product=ntag-216-pre-loaded-injector