FreeNet is a program that allows you to share files anonymously, via a print-network, to publish and receive lists of "freesites", sites accessible only to FreeNet users, and to communicate in forums, completely anonymously and securely. The application is completely decentralized, which makes it less vulnerable to various attacks, to ensure better security, FreeNet has a "darknet" mode, which allows users to connect to a PC only from a pre-defined list of friends, within the FreeNet network. All messages sent over the FreeNet network are fully encrypted and go through a variety of paths, so it is almost impossible to find out which user downloaded the files and what content they contain.
On the FreeNet network, users share files with other users on the network using the program of the same name, providing a part of their hard disk as a place to store files. All data is fully encrypted, so a single user cannot establish what is stored in his content database. In general, the program is perfect for sharing a wide variety of files with other users, moreover, FreeNet has a built-in chat and forum with a fairly large and active community.