With the latest version of the AleHu client I was able to transmit a 380 MB video (to myself) without any disruptions. After the transmission was completed, I could start the playback of 'Captain Kidd' (downloaded from the Internet Archive) in my VLC player simply by clicking on the attachment icon in the client's 'Received messages' panel. However, more testing is necessary, especially transmitting to another peer's client.
Since the download button on the start page of the AleHu project simply refers to the latest uploaded file, the client and server code are now packaged into one single ZIP-file, the separation of code is no longer maintained.
Finally, the missing AleHu server source code and the ZIP-file have been uploaded. The Wiki has been extendet to include a description on how to install the AleHu server. Now the complete AleHu system (client and server) can be checked out and tested.
The latest version "AleHu client 20140210.zip" generates a new symmetric key for each packet that is sent. This should improve the strongness of the encryption. The generated symmetric keys are no longer stored in the client's database (there's no need for storing them, the recipient extracts the symmetric key from the wrapped key).
The previous version "AleHu Client 20140208.zip" was lacking the license file, this was fixed in the latest version, too.
Since the AleHu project uses a symmetric key length greater than 64 bits and the project has more than 25% U.S-origin parts or components, according to the project's MetaData section I am supposed to inform firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com of the publicly available encryption source code. Thus, I just sent an e-mail informing those two addresses about the source code location at http://sourceforge.net/p/alehu/code/HEAD/tree/ .