DISADNET P2P Now Online!

DISADNET Address (with Beaker): http://itnt.news/disadnetp2p

DISADNET Address (with Beaker): dat://a198bad8490a9a13bb9a6734dbbf79ad73dc843122e7b47b512f483bab5cff49

DISADNET – As we announced on January 27, the DISAD Network is being expanded with a peer-to-peer (P2P) network.

Concretely, this means that aside from working on the http-based web (internet), DISADNET is now also working on the dat-based web.


To visit webpages on the http-based web people use any of the popular browsers, such as Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera, Internet Explorer etc.

To access the dat-based network and website of DISADNET Beaker is the browser to use. You can download Beaker for free from the official Beaker website or through the Dat Protocol Foundation.


Where websites and online platforms on the http-based web, for most folks that’s the accessible internet as they know it, are more and more the target of sophisticated attacks – to censor and sabotage the Resistance – websites and online platforms on the dat-based web add another layer of protection against such attacks.

This is mainly because the dat-based web, unlike the http-based web, doesn’t work with centralized servers where websites their contents are stored. Instead, on the dat-based web, all visitors of a webpage, blog or website can also host (or ‘seed’) the content themselves. This is the core principle of peer-to-peer.

People hosting and sharing content themselves, without rogue elements being able to censor content or block domain names.

Build the Resistance, Expand the Peer-to-Peer Web

Get Beaker now. Help us reinforce the Resistance and expand the peer-to-peer web at the same time, by using the internet as you normally would – just from now on also with the Beaker browser.

This is how the Resistance is going to work anyway in the coming months and years and this is how the Resistance will survive on the internet.


DISADNET: Survival of the Resistance Depends on “Distributed Information” (P2P) Solutions

DISADNET – On January 25, 2020, the Twitter account of the Iranian FARS News Agency posted that the farsnews.com domain name had been blocked by the US Treasury Department.

The blocking of the domain name further feeds the escalating war between the governments of Iran and the US.

Considering the full situation, including the impact that this development will have also on the Resistance, the DISAD Network will be expanded with peer-to-peer information distribution solutions.


Instead of uploading data to servers to put content online, as most websites do, DISADNET will start to incorporate the dat peer-to-peer protocol. Dat:// enables anyone to publish webpages and content without any domain names that can be blocked or hosting providers and domain name registrars who can be pressured to take websites offline.

DISADNET P2P will reinforce the backbone of the Resistance, ensuring that DISADNET Partners’ content remains online regardless of the ongoing suppression of critical information and intelligence.

Beaker Browser

To help DISADNET build its peer-to-peer network, to protect and help expand the Resistance, we invite you to download the Beaker browser. Beaker is a free web browser that can process dat:// webpages, which are needed to distribute online content and information on the peer-to-peer web.

When Beaker and dat:// are new to you, visit the Beaker browser website to read through their easy to understand documentation.

Get familiar with Beaker because you’ll be needing it more and more, starting this year.

When you already know Beaker and are ready to help build DISADNET P2P contact us right away.

Final Note. At this point it doesn’t even matter anymore if you have a dedicated IP for your website or blog. Almost anything that is not dat protocol can be taken down or blocked. If they don’t have a reason now, they’ll find one for every individual case of content that bothers them.