iMule

An P2P file exchange utility that allows users to connect an anonymous network

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iMule is a file exchange client whose key feature is that users can download and upload files while they remain completely anonymous. It is a modified version of the classic file sharing exchange known as e-mule. The name iMule is derived from e-Mule and is the shortened version of "invisible eMule." Users who utilize the client will be able to connect to the I2P network. Essentially all users who connect to this network should be invisible to each other. If you are a file sharer who considers it important to know that their activity is anonymous in light of the recent climate in the file-sharing world and doesn't want to use torrents, iMule is very useful. iMule is also compatible with the KAD network.

There are some negative aspects of iMule that should be noted. Due to the fact that it keeps users anonymous, file sharing through iMule is slower than it would typically be through eMule or other file sharing options. Additionally, if you aren't familiar with e-mule, you may find that the interface is confusing and hard to understand.

Features:

iMule allows users to share files without their IP or identity being revealed.
  • Anonymity: computers connected to the I2P network through iMule are totally anonymous.
  • File Sharing: easily download a variety of different kinds of files through the iMule client.
  • Similar to eMule: iMule is very similar to eMule, so past users of eMule looking for a new file-sharing exchange with the added benefit of anonymity will find this useful. Anybody who was familiar with eMule will find this easy to use.
  • Communication: users of iMule are able to communicate with each other anonymously.

iMule is a useful file sharing exchange for users of eMule seeking an alternative to torrents that allows them to remain anonymous while sharing files on the Internet. However, it should be considered as primarily an alternative to eMule, as it would be difficult for new users to learn to use.

Dan C
iMule is a peer to peer file transfer software that uses the KAD anonymous file sharing network. It lets you search for and download files from other users, and communicate with those users anonymously.
Harris
iMule is a file exchange client whose key feature is that users can download and upload files while they remain completely anonymous. It is a modified version of the classic file sharing exchange known as e-mule. The name iMule is derived from e-Mule and is the shortened version of "invisible eMule." Users who utilize the client will be able to connect to the I2P network. Essentially all users who connect to this network should be invisible to each other. If you are a file sharer who considers it important to know that their activity is anonymous in light of the recent climate in the file-sharing world and doesn't want to use torrents, iMule is very useful. iMule is also compatible with the KAD network. There are some negative aspects of iMule that should be noted. Due to the fact that it keeps users anonymous, file sharing through iMule is slower than it would typically be through eMule or other file sharing options. Additionally, if you aren't familiar with e-mule, you may find that the interface is confusing and hard to understand.
Cole
Imule is a terrific option in this day and age to protect the identity of people working in journalism. This product allows anonymous file transfer. This is an option for journalists in countries known for censoring opinions and news. The Invisible Internet Project is an anonymous network router that iMule connects allowing users end-to-end encryption giving them peace of mind.
Theo Currier
In this day and age privacy is a huge issue. Now we can use iMule to protect our file transfers by using an anonymous networks to complete the tasks. The best part is that it hides your IP address, so that nobody can spy on you. Very useful software, but the interface is somewhat dated and hard to use.
Adam
I used to use eMule back in the day in order to download music and other files, so this software has been super familiar and easy to use for me. It is a great tool if you want to remain anonymous while uploading and downloading all kinds of files. If you have used eMule before, I would definitely recommend to try this one out.
Matthew
iMule is a software that allows users to share files with each other. This works while your identity stays anonymous, which provides a sense of safety and privacy. Thus, this is a useful software if you want to your identity unknown to the other individual. I would recommend this to users who are looking for a more secure downloading method.
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