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Skulls! Multi-Network WebCache

Skulls is a Multi-Network WebCache used from P2P clients to bootstrap.

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Skulls is a Multi-Network WebCache used from P2P clients to bootstrap.
It support all versions of the GWC specification.

It is used mainly for Gnutella/Gnutella2 but it can work with any network (after configuring vars.php).
It use text files to store data so it doesn't require SQL.

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Features

  • Require PHP 4.3 or higher.
  • Support all P2P apps.
  • Support all networks.
  • Support all versions of the GWC specification.
  • Support also HTTPS.
  • Support also internationalized domain names (IDN).
  • Support CloudFlare CDN.
  • Optimized for real life use.
  • Lifetime support.

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    Good Work!

    Posted 12/10/2015
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    Skulls is excellent! Thanks.

    Posted 05/13/2013
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Languages

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User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

PHP

Registered

2005-12-21

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