This is the Windows app named croc whose latest release can be downloaded as croc_9.6.1_Windows-64bit.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Yet another way to transfer files that strikes a good balance between speed, security or simplicity by using relay-assisted peer-to-peer transactions and end-to-end encryption via password-authenticated key exchange. There are a lot of ways to transfer files. Above the basic necessity of preserving the data during the transfer, sharing data should be fast, secure, and most of all, easy. Most file transfer utilities I’ve used encompass two thirds of these qualities. I’ve wanted to make a utility that encompasses all three, without compromising any one of them. A common way to transfer a file is to first upload data to a server, and then, once uploaded, the link is shared with someone who goes to download it. This method is easy, but slow, the transfer rate of the file is half the harmonic mean of the upload and download speeds which makes it slower than either just uploading or downloading.
- Allows any two computers to transfer data (using a relay)
- Provides end-to-end encryption (using PAKE)
- Enables easy cross-platform transfers (Windows, Linux, Mac)
- Allows multiple file transfers
- Allows resuming transfers that are interrupted
- Does not require a server or port forwarding
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