Demonsaw Uses “Social Cryptography” To Share Files And Data Anonymously

Been there:

“I put in at least 45-50 hours per week at Rockstar plus another 30-50 hours per week on demonsaw. I really don’t do anything else in life anymore, just work.”


While Demonsaw sounds like it would be an amazing metal band, it’s actually a sharing system built by a senior programmer at Rockstar Games. The creator, Eijah, was part of the core team for Grand Theft Auto V and Max Payne 3 and is also a dedicated privacy activist. Demonsaw is his solution to the age-old problem of sharing information anonymously.

“Privacy is very important to me. I’m deeply concerned with the loss of privacy that’s been occurring as we give up more and more of our personal information to governments and corporations,” he said. “A loss of privacy doesn’t just mean embarrassment or inconvenience, as in the case of the Adult Friend Finder hack. In some cases a loss of privacy can have catastrophic effects, such as bodily harm and/or even death. This is tragic and we need to do something to change this.”

Eijah isn’t his real name…

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