List of P2P protocols

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File transfer protocols used by multiple programs[edit]

The name of the protocol may also be the name of the primary or original application software that uses it.

Protocol Used by Defunct clients
ActivityPub Friendica, Libervia, Mastodon, Micro.blog, Nextcloud, PeerTube, Pixelfed, Pleroma
Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking (APPN) Systems Network Architecture
BitTorrent BitComet, Bitlord, BitTorrent, Flashget, FrostWire, Getright, i2psnark, libtorrent, μTorrent, Miro, MLDonkey, Popcorn Time, qBittorrent, Shareaza, Tixati, Transmission, Tribler, Xunlei, Vuze, etc. Trustyfiles, Vagaa
Direct Connect ApexDC++, BCDC++, DC++, MLDonkey, Shareaza NeoModus Direct Connect
eDonkey aMule, Bitcomet, eMule, Flashget, imule, MLDonkey, Neoloader, Shareaza, Xunlei FileScope, edonkey2000, Vagaa
FastTrack MLDonkey, XNap Grokster, Kazaa, Kazaa Lite, Trustyfiles
Freenet Freenet, Frost
Gnutella Cabos, Envy, Gnucleus, gtk-gnutella, iphex, Phex, Shareaza, WireShare Acquisition, BearShare, FileScope, iMesh, LimeWire, Morpheus, Trustyfiles
Gnutella2 Envy, gtk-gnutella, MLDonkey, Shareaza FileScope
Libp2p[1] IPFS, Orbit (chat application)[2]
OpenFT giFT, MLDonkey
OpenNap Audiognome, Lopster, SunshineUN,[3] TekNap, Utatane, XNap, Winlop, WinMX FileScope, Morpheus, Napigator
Overnet XNap edonkey2000, Overnet
RetroShare RetroShare, elRepo.io, Xeres UnseenP2P
Soulseek Nicotine+, Seeker, slskd, Soulseek NS, SoulseekQt GoSeek, iSoul, MewSeek, Museek, Museek+, Nicotine, PySoulSeek, SolarSeek, Soulseex (ssX)
Tox qTox, µTox, Toxic, Toxygen, TRIfA, Antox, Isotoxin, jTox, Protox, aTox[4]
WebTorrent WebTorrent Desktop, Brave (web browser)[5]
WinMX Peer Networking Protocol OurMX, WinMX, WinPY

File transfer protocols used by only one application[edit]

Program
Filetopia
Perfect Dark
Share
Soribada
Winny

Chat protocols used by multiple programs[edit]

Protocol Used by Defunct clients
IRC (XDCC) BitchX, Colloquy, Konversation, Kvirc, mIRC, Pidgin, WeeChat, HexChat
Tox qTox, µTox, Toxic, Toxygen, TRIfA, Antox, Isotoxin, jTox, Protox, aTox[6]

Bitcoin[edit]

Protocol Used by Defunct clients
Bitcoin Bitcoin, Alt-Coins

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The quiet revolution: the internet of data structures with IPFS | CIO". Archived from the original on 2017-07-06. Retrieved 2017-06-21.
  2. ^ "Interplanetary File System: Gedächtnisse fürs Web | NZZ". Archived from the original on 2016-09-21. Retrieved 2017-06-21.
  3. ^ "SunshineUN". Archived from the original on 2019-04-28. Retrieved 2019-04-28.
  4. ^ "Tox clients". Archived from the original on 2021-08-17. Retrieved 2021-08-29.
  5. ^ "How to Stream Movies and Download Torrent Files in Brave Browser". BrowserPulse. 2020-05-07. Archived from the original on 2020-10-09. Retrieved 2021-07-12.
  6. ^ "Tox clients". Archived from the original on 2021-08-17. Retrieved 2021-08-29.