Obscurix comes with support for Tor, I2P and Freenet with browsers configured for each. All network traffic is forced through Tor with an exception for I2P and Freenet.
I2P and Freenet are installed by default and verified with GPG.
I2P is a peer-to-peer, anonymous network made to protect against surveillance and censorship. Unlike Tor, I2P does not have an officially supported way to access the clearnet.
To use I2P, click the I2P Browser desktop icon.
Freenet is a peer-to-peer, anonymous, distributed data store.
To use Freenet, click the Freenet Browser desktop icon.
The I2P and Freenet browsers that are installed by default, are copies of the Tor Browser that is configured especially for those networks.
Obscurix does not chain anonymous networks. For example, it prevents I2P from being routed over Tor. This is because chaining anonymous networks may worsen anonymity by making you stand out from other users of those networks. Chaining these networks will also greatly decrease speed and may cause other issues.
Obscurix includes more than just anonymity networks. It also includes many decentralised and encrypted networks. These networks are all forced through Tor to preserve your anonymity.
Zeronet is a peer to peer, decentralised network using bittorrent and bitcoin cryptography with built-in Tor support.
It can be accessed via the Zeronet browser. Click the desktop icon to start it.
IPFS is a peer to peer protocol and network designed for security and speed.
It was not designed for privacy or anonymity and there are many ways to track and fingerprint an IPFS user such as this attack. As such, it is not enabled by default.
If you boot with the ipfs boot parameter, it will be enabled. See Usage for more details.
cjdns is an encrypted IPv6 network. As it uses IPv6 and IPv6 is disabled in Obscurix, it is not enabled by default. It is installed by default though and users who wish to use it can re-enable IPv6 and enable it.
To enable it, you will need to remove the ipv6.disable=1 boot parameter and add the cjdns boot parameter. See Usage for more details.