|Occupation||peer-to-peer hacker, cypherpunk|
|Employer||Least Authority Enterprises|
He is working on the Tahoe Least-Authority Filesystem (or Tahoe-LAFS), a secure, decentralized, fault-tolerant filesystem released under GPL and the TGPPL licenses. He is the creator of the Transitive Grace Period Public Licence (TGPPL).
Wilcox-O'Hearn is the designer of multiple network protocols that incorporate concepts such as self-contained economies and secure reputation systems. He is a member of the development team of ZRTP and the BLAKE2 cryptographic hash function.
- DJ Pangburn (2013). "Introducing the PRISM-Proof Storage Device". Vice.
- Wilcox-O'Hearn, Zooko, ANNOUNCING allmydata.org "Tahoe", the Least-Authority Filesystem, v1.3, retrieved 20 April 2009
- "Why Whack-a-Tard won't save music". The Register. April 22, 2009.
- Yee, Ka-Ping (2008). "An Open Source License Idea". PyCon.
- Peter Ferne (2008-11-21). "Collaborative Filtering and Social Capital".
- About The Zfone Project
- BLAKE2 designers
- BLAKE2: simpler, smaller, fast as MD5.
- Security Usability of Petname Systems. 2009. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04766-4_4.
- "Get Your Music Mojo Working". Wired. July 29, 2000.
- "Cutting edge P2P, crypto comes to your PC". The Register. February 25, 2002.
- "Post-Funding, SimpleGeo Pounces On A Six Aparter, A Hacker, And Beta Keys". TechCrunch. December 14, 2009.
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