I understand that Freenet achieves plausible deniability by using nodes to pass on data to other nodes even if they have no connection to the file being transferred. My question is, if I am running Freenet but not browsing, is there any way for me to see what files other are using my computer to store?
Taken from "About Freenet" and bolded items are quoted and is your answer:
Taken from https://freenetproject.org/whatis.html
Of course you can always try to decrypt those files. It existed somewhere on your computer. Good luck decrypting them.
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The Freenet architecture does not store whole files with a single users datastore, only parts of the file. This is due to Freenet being a distributed network.