Kovri is a free, decentralized, anonymity technology developed by Monero.
Currently based on I2P’s open specifications, Kovri uses both garlic encryption and garlic routing to create a private, protected overlay-network across the internet. This overlay-network provides users with the ability to effectively hide their geographical location and internet IP address.
Essentially, Kovri covers an application’s internet traffic to make it anonymous within the network.
A lightweight and security-focused router, Kovri is fully compatible with the I2P network. An alpha version of Kovri is in the works.
Watch development via the Kovri repo and join the community.