Meson Network Bridge First and Last Miles for Web3.
ETH.Radio is ETHDNS for the .eth domain. Because .eth is not a registered DNS top-level domain it is normally inaccessible from DNS, but by appending .radio to the domain the relevant information cam be obtained. For example, a DNS A record request for mydomain.eth.radio would look up the A records in ENS for mydomain.eth.
The infrastructure codebase can be found here.
Core internet infrastructure is becoming increasingly centralized and as such, several existential threats have emerged that undermine the principles of an decentralized, open and free internet:
For end users, this means a limited selection of poor quality services that increasingly resemble a cable TV package. Accessing the dWeb can be a frustrating experience if eth.link, eth.limo is unavailable.
For dApp developers, this leads to a limited selection of platforms and services in addition to lost revenue. As an alternative to eth.link for users and dApp developers, any existing eth.link, eth.limo site can be accessed with eth.radio in the same manner.
This is used by eth.radio to create a reverse proxy sitting in front of an IPFS Gateway.
The practical upshot of this is that if a user enters the URL
to their web browser it will return IPFS content based on the
information within ENS without any changes required to their system
(browser plugins, alternate DNS servers, etc.).
Content hashes can be managed at https://manager.ens.domains/
There are also various libraries and CLI tools that can manage content hashes.
There are various libraries and CLI tools that can manage DNS information on ENS.
EthLink only applies to .eth domains, however other domains registered in ENS can be accessed directly when enabled.
The ETH.Radio project enforces strong origin isolation policies for all resources by default. Projects accessed through ETH.Radio automatically receive security hardened browser headers and all client data is encrypted with TLSv1.3 (default) or TLSv1.2 using the latest ciphersuites. All log data is fully anonymized, which prevents the ability to uniquely identify any single user.