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Frost

Definition - What does Frost mean?

Frost is a free application which is developed and distributed under the GNU General Public license (GPL). It is often used anonymously for downloading software, documents, video and audio from other users.

Frost is a well-known Freenet newsgroup and file-sharing system. Designed by Ian Clarke, Freenet is a distributed decentralized data store that is resistant to censorship.

Frost is no longer associated with Freenet and now has a website that relies on donations to compensate developer contributions.

Techopedia explains Frost

Frost is a well-known Freenet newsgroup and file-sharing system. Designed by Ian Clarke, Freenet is a distributed decentralized data store that is resistant to censorship.

Frost is no longer associated with Freenet and now has a website that relies on donations to compensate developer contributions.

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