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Utopia P2P — free and protected Internet tool for everybody

In 2022, the world turned upside down in a way it did not turn over in 2020. Along with the usual offline problems, the number of online problems has increased exponentially. Daily news reports are full of headlines about major database leaks, there are articles exposing popular services that monitor users, and it is also increasingly possible to meet internet censorship.

Nevertheless, internet users have the right both to an online free from surveillance and data leaks, and to freedom of speech and expression in the media space. As time has shown, the main helpers in this are VPN services and proxy servers, as well as decentralized networks. And if the first two have already managed to discredit themselves, then decentralized systems are still able to provide users with comprehensive protection.

Utopia P2P is a decentralized network that has long been widely known to many internet users, who take care of their online security and data privacy.

Utopia P2P: Basic ecosystem data

The Utopia P2P ecosystem was created by the IT-enthusiasts under the name the 1984 Group. The team has been creating the ecosystem for several years using only their money. Besides, before a full release of the ecosystem, they launched beta-testing for those who wanted to help them to improve ecosystem before official launching.

Utopia P2P is a decentralized ecosystem of the new generation. This is Web 3.0 available right now. It protects users both outside and inside. All data is securely stored not on the single server but on the crypto containers available for users. The registration process is anonymous: no personal name, phone number, email, or etc. needed.

The fact that there is no single server in the ecosystem where all user data would be stored sets it apart from others. Any server is a real threat to the security of not only individual users, but also the entire ecosystem as a whole. In addition, the server is always belonging to some person or group of people, which means an additional opportunity to put pressure on these people and find out any information stored on the servers. Therefore, the ecosystem creates crypto containers for data storage.

How can Utopia P2P help the user?

Utopia P2P helps users circumvent internet censorship, surveillance, and more:

  • Secure communication without third parties

In today's world, all communication has turned into convenient messengers and communication services. People write to each other in a chat more often than they call. Therefore, it is not surprising that tons of personal information is stored in an intangible internet space, which can be accessed by any hacker or just a person interested in information.

However, Utopia P2P offers a secure tool for fast communication and data transfer, and all incoming and outgoing information will be stored only on the user's device, and he decides how to dispose of it.

Besides, creators launched a beta-version of mobile app for fast and secure messaging through Utopia P2P. Now it is available for Android but after official launch, it will be available for uploading on iOS too.

  • No censorship and surveillance

Utopia P2P is a free zone from online surveillance, data leakage, censorship, embedded advertising, and much more. Here, all users are anonymous, so no one is afraid to express their opinions on various topics and issues.

  • High degree of data encryption

Ecosystem security is based on several components: decentralization, peer-to-peer technology, multi-level encryption, and blockchain architecture. This combination of methods provides not only reliable protection against hacking and leaks, but also data storage security.

Moreover, it is impossible to influence developers to bypass encryption and disclose any data, since apart from the name of the group of IT creators, nothing is known about them.

  • Accessibility from anywhere in the world

The ecosystem and its built-in tools are accessible from anywhere in the world. It opens perfectly and functions in any country. Even in the case of bans, the ecosystem will function perfectly, since it does not work on the basis of other services.

What tools are available in Utopia P2P?

Utopia is a multifunctional platform for secure internet surfing, communication, data transmission and much more. It is available in 27 languages, and works flawlessly all over the world on such operating systems as Windows, macOS and Linux. In addition, a beta version of the Utopia P2P mobile application for Android is available. In the near future, the community expects the release of the full version of the mobile application with support not only for Android, but also for iOS.

The project stands out among competitors with a variety of functionality that can work simultaneously:

Instant Messenger

uMessenger is an alternative messenger in Utopia P2P. Its main difference from others is safe and anonymous communication within the ecosystem. It does not need to be downloaded additionally — it is already in the ecosystem, like all other tools.

uMessenger is a full-fledged chat where you can send and receive text and voice messages. In addition, there is a voice replacement function, for those who want to hide their real voice. The messenger is supplemented with multimedia support, as well as its own sticker packs and various emoticons.

By the way, for fans of news and entertainment channels, Utopia P2P has uChannels. Here you can both find out the latest news and discuss them without censorship.

The messenger has the function of creating private chats for two users and for a group of several people. Through such chats, you can transfer any confidential information without fear of data leaks.

Encryption ensures the security of all data in the messenger. All files are stored in special private containers at the sender and recipient of messages.

Encrypted mail

uMail is an alternative version of classic email. The main difference from traditional options is the absence of the requirement to enter personal data for registration and start using. uMail, like uMessenger, is already embedded in the ecosystem. After anonymous registration in Utopia P2P, you can immediately use uMail and send any files without restrictions.

As a rule, uMail is used to send working files and documents of large sizes and different formats. All the data received is not stored on a single server, for this purpose separate crypto containers are used, created for each user individually at the time of registration. Only the sender and recipient have access to the data on a round-the-clock basis.

Anonymous browser

Idyll Browser is a non-standard anonymous browser that does not know the user's real IP address, does not track his online activity, and does not store the history of visiting websites. Its uniqueness is that it represents the Internet on the Internet. That is, only those sites that have already been created earlier in the ecosystem, or have been created recently, are open for use.

The browser is unique in that it offers the advantages of the API for developers. Using the API, you can connect any previously created website, blog, forum, application, service and much more to Utopia P2P and use all its functions, only in a safe space.

By the way, the benefits of anonymity also apply to these sites: all users who have visited the newly connected sites will remain anonymous, and all data from the site will be securely stored through multi-level encryption.

Utopia P2P — constant updates and improvements

Another distinctive feature of Utopia P2P is the constant comprehensive updates and improvements of the ecosystem by developers. Therefore, it regularly appears in user accounts about the recent release of an update that can be downloaded within a few minutes.

If we talk more about updates, then here is a list of recent changes that affected the technical side of the ecosystem:

1) The PSR mechanism has been improved — the consumption of traffic consumed by users has decreased.

2) DPI protection has been updated — it was possible to avoid blocking content by Internet service providers.

3) The tunneling function system was improved — websites began to load more smoothly.

Of course, this is only a small part of a major ecosystem upgrade. Nevertheless, they affected the technical component of security, speed and usability of the ecosystem.


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