An overlay network, it uses I2P for a base level of anonymity P2P and Tor when accessing clearnet web services. The module participates with the DID module for self-sovereign identity and reputation based access. The system survives even if the internet goes down or is cut off by supporting peer-to-peer direct wireless mesh networks. As long as enough people still have their device, the network survives.
A wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances using short-wavelength UHF radio waves in the ISM band from 2.4 to 2.485 GHz for building personal area networks (PANs). Ranges are typically less than 33 ft but can be up to 330 ft. Version 5.0 range is expected to be up to 100-1000ft. Awaiting Funding and/or Lead Developer.
Similar to classical Bluetooth with similar ranges yet using less energy for smaller devices. Awaiting Funding and/or Lead Developer.
The unencrypted no anonymity internet. 1M5 supports clearnet communications when configured so by acting as a client for http(s) communications and by acting as a web server serving http(s) content. This is supported today in 1M5 using OkHTTP for client APIs and Jetty as an embedded web server. Some use cases for decentralized applications are connecting to IPFS, Ethereum, Bitcoin, and other blockchain nodes.
The Invisible Internet Project, an anonymous overlay network for censorship-resistant peer-to-peer (P2P) communication. Anonymity is achieved through garlic routing where ultimate source and destination IPs are extremely difficult to determine. Encryption is also provided by default end-to-end. 1M5 currently supports I2P for real-time communications peer-to-peer (P2P) and an overlay of I2P called Bote that adds an additional layer for battling timing attacks by supporting random configurable delays within each node. All communications between 1M5 nodes defaults to I2P Bote using it as a message-oriented middleware (MOM) similar to what enterprises use in the application stacks. ObjectOrange currently implementing.
Wireless direct smartphone ad-hoc networks (SPANs), a continuously self-configuring, self-healing, infrastructure-less network of smart phones connected wirelessly in the ISM band of 2.4 GHz (unlicensed in the United States). This capability enables building of personal networks in areas with no cellular network availability, during protests where hostile governments threaten shutdown of the internet around the protest area, natural disasters where cellular towers become inoperable, and temporary large scale events like festivals where the infrastructure is unable to support the scale up. Considering most SPANs are proprietary or written in native code and thus not easily installed in a variety of operating systems, our SPAN is being developed internally and will include advanced features similar to I2P to ensure anonymity and privacy over 1M5's mesh network. Awaiting Funding and/or bandwidth by ObjectOrange.
When applications using 1M5 have their Nearby feature activated, a list of nearby 1M5 Nearby activated devices are provided for application integration for a number of possibilities. Awaiting Funding and/or Lead Developer.
Near-Field Communication, a set of communication protocols that enable two electronic devices to establish communications between them within very short distances (within 1.6 inches) for security reasons. Current use in 1M5 is for exchange of any data that requires physical verification of each end user such as swapping shared symmetric keys. Awaiting Funding and/or Lead Developer.
An anonymous network for accessing clearnet internet sites through using onion routing with end-to-end encryption. Awaiting Funding and/or Lead Developer (or bandwidth from ObjectOrange).
Continuously discovers other devices within a user’s Wi-Fi range prior to association, making it easy to find nearby information and services available that match preferences set by the user. Awaiting Funding and/or Lead Developer.
A Wi-Fi standard enabling devices to easily connect with each other without requiring a wireless access point. Wi-Fi Direct allows two devices to establish a direct Wi-Fi connection without requiring a wireless router. Hence, Wi-Fi Direct is single radio hop communication, not multihop wireless communication, unlike wireless ad hoc networks and mobile ad hoc networks. Wi-Fi ad hoc mode, however, supports multi-hop radio communications, with intermediate Wi-Fi nodes as packet relays. Implementation started but not yet tested. Awaiting Funding and/or Lead Developer.
Classic Wi-Fi connections using a wireless access point such as a Wi-Fi router accessing the internet. This is supported naturally by the hardware device although 1M5 will eventually be routing this types of requests through a Sensor for better end-user control. Awaiting Funding and/or Lead Developer.
Wi-Fi standard for operating in frequency bands below 1 GHz offering longer range, lower power connectivity to Wi-Fi enabled systems roughly doubling range while improving penetration of materials. Considered important long-term for working within the Internet of Things (IoT) concepts. Awaiting Funding and/or Lead Developer.