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It is possible to send files, and to synchronize them between peers. JUGIM Product Key helps to make live collaborative editing of documents. You can create your own network by using the JUGIM Serial Key software.
JUGIM Torrent Download Features:
* Simple and easy to use interface
* Special account for group communication
* Drag and drop editor
* Multiple file choosers
* Automatic synchronization
* Roster
* Tasks

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How do you disable device encryption (android.hardware.faketls) on the Samsung Galaxy S7?

Our application has been rejected on the Samsung Galaxy S7 because it «is requesting permissions to unlock your device» which is only available from the lockscreen. The problem seems to be that android.hardware.faketls has been enabled in the settings.
Is there any way to disable this or otherwise bypass the request for the location services?
I am aware of setting «security_disabled_msg» in the manifest. The issue here is that the message is not shown at all on the Samsung Galaxy S7.


I stumbled on this issue myself.
After I granted the location permissions the message would show up on the S7’s lockscreen. Once I hit the «back» button the message would be gone and the device would be decrypted.
So it’s not a permanent solution, but it solves the problem for now.


Thanks for your help.
We have now found an official way to do this, which works:
Setting the permission is done in:
The way to disable the request is to set this setting to 0:
Settings/Security/Location/Disable Location Permission Alert

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JUGIM [2022-Latest]

JXTA incorporates the messages directly into the transport stream, instead of sending them first, as in P2P systems. This allows better confidentiality by not sending the key exchange information directly, as it may be revealed in the packet transport stream.
The key exchange message is transferred as part of a header containing a hash of the UDP header (UDP/IP-header/ICMP) to the destination address and port.
In JXTA it is possible to specify a key pre-calculated by the client as well as a key, which the client can generate. This means that both parties can determine a key exchange without sending any data.
JXTA keeps two different keys on the connection, a negotiated one and a fallback key. The negotiated key is used to encrypt messages until it is changed by a key exchange. This means that a temporary key is established to encrypt data until the key is changed by a key exchange.
JXTA is the successor of the TCP/IP protocol, and does not require a dedicated server, it is not necessary to open a socket and connect to the server for each transaction. JXTA is implemented as a thread in the JXTA application layer, which means that it can be used without any problems in a multithreaded environment.
Keyexchange is as far as possible avoided in the jXtA architecture, for better confidentiality. However, there is a need to have some method for communicating the exchange of keys. The existing standard makes use of a header of some sort which is used to announce a key exchange. The standard leaves the message quite open, so JXTA defines the following syntax for KEYMACRO:
A key exchange message is a four byte message: the first two bytes are used to announce the length of the message. The next two bytes are used to announce the type of key, as shown in Table 1. This message is followed by a message which may be null terminated.
The two byte value in the first byte announce the size of the message. In this case the message is assumed to be of size 4. The second byte announces the type of key.
The third byte announces the key type, either as public (0x10) or private (0x11).
The fourth byte declares the length of the key. The fourth byte is followed by a key value of length(length byte). The key value is is either the negotiated key(0x12) or a random key


Using JUGIM you are able to chat with other JUGIM users or with JUGIM users of other JUGIM clusters. JUGIM is build upon JXTA, so you are able to connect to other JXTA applications, like JATS (JUGIM-Web-Server), JUGIM-Web-Chat or JUGIM-Web-File-System.


JUGIM Browsing
JUGIM is a peer-to-peer client. It will connect to the JUGIM servers in the JUGIM cluster. JUGIM stores information about its peers and is able to provide information about their IP-Adresses. JUGIM uses the common JXTA topics JUGIM-Namespace and JUGIM-Peer-Collection.

In JUGIM you have a main chat-client. JUGIM makes use of the JXTA-XMPP protocol. It provides simple chatting and text-chatting with other JUGIM users, and possibly JUGIM users of other JUGIM clusters.

JUGIM files sharing
JUGIM supports the common JXTA-Storage-Nodes, and provides an easy to use API for the connection of other JUGIM-Clients to the JUGIM-Server. JUGIM uses the common JXTA-Storage-Nodes, and uses the JUGIM-Peer-Collection as addressable address for the peers.


Some screenshots of the application (client and server) are made available.

JUGIM interface
The JUGIM client is written in Java, with a WebKIT (JUGIM-Web-Server) interface, and utilizes JXTA 1.7.

The JUGIM client uses a basic peer-based connectivity mechanism. JUGIM peers connect to each other upon a particular topic. The topic prefix is denoted by the JUGIM-Peer-Collection-Topic. A JUGIM client may communicate to other JUGIM clients in the same JUGIM cluster as well as with clients in other JUGIM clusters.

Some other JUGIM clients may use the JUGIM-Peer-Collection topic for the purpose of communicating among themselves. These clients do not need a connection to the J

What’s New In JUGIM?

JUGIM is a Java based peer to peer chat client. It features:

* Simple and easy to use GUI
* Support for different plugins, including text chat, voice chat, and file sharing.
* Support for 1 to 1 chat and group chats.
* Support for public channels, where anyone can be invited to join a group.
* Dynamic channels, which can be created and deleted.
* Fully free to join with a set of minimal modules ( no need to be connected to the internet )

JUGIM also offers the following plugins:
* Text Chat – Allows people to text chat with each other.
* File Sharing – Allows people to share files with each other, including uploading and downloading.
* Voice Chat – Allows people to chat through their phones, using the microphone and speaker.
* Sip – Allows people to connect to sip servers to use sip clients such as Asterisk and FreeSwitch, a plug-in for JUGIM which allows people to use sip clients such as Asterisk and FreeSwitch to connect through sip servers.

This release of JUGIM has one requirement. You need a J2SE 5.0+ runtime to run the client. The runtime can be downloaded from

JUGIM is released under the GNU GPL license, so you are free to copy, distribute, and modify it. You are also free to distribute modified versions of the client to other people as long as you make those people distribute the source code along with the modified versions. You need to distribute your own source code along with any copies you make of the client, and you need to be prepared to handle bugs or other problems that come up in your copy.

If you want to contribute, or you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at

Version: 2.3.2[2021

System Requirements For JUGIM:

OS: Windows 7 64-bit or higher
Processor: Intel Core i3-550 or higher
Memory: 4 GB
Graphics: 512 MB DirectX 9.0c Compatible Video Card
Hard Drive: 5 GB available space
Peripherals: Keyboard, Mouse, Headset
Windows –
Download the game from the link below, then run the game’s installer.
Linux –
Run Steam, then right click the game in the library and click Properties.