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    security in p2p network

    pls tell about existing cryptographic protocols used for giving security in p2p networks.

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    Re: security in p2p network

    The existing protocols used for security in p2p networks are:
    * Content addressable network (CAN)
    * Chord - used to build scalable, robust distributed systems using peer-to-peer ideas. It is completely decentralized and symmetric, and can find data using only log(N) messages, where N is the number of nodes in the system. Chord's lookup mechanism is provably robust in the face of frequent node failures and re-joins. A single research implementation is available in C but there are other implementations in C++, Java and Python.
    * Tulip
    * Tapestry
    * Pastry

    These are all protocols of hash tree cryptographic method.

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