A Xenonet is a network that invites strangers into some or all aspects of its operation. Examples of contemporary Xenonets are open WiFi access points, many peer-to-peer networks, and, depending on your viewpoint, the world wide web.

The Xenonets project is about making such networks easier to build, safer to use, and more attractive to take part in. Some of the problems we are attempting to address are listed below.

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