python-medusa is a demo of simple intrusion and virus building concepts introduced in the book "Violent Python", to be run on the test bed provided by mesh-networking. The book is a a funny overview of Python & system security by a US Military Paratrooper, and I highly recommend checking it out. This is an ideal demonstration of the mesh-networking project because it needs a large, organic, networked app to show off its true capability. It would be incredibly difficult to install or get away with using this for malicious purposes in the real world. It makes no attempts to shield communications or evade filesystem detection in any way because the mesh-networking hosts are not adversarial and do not have any of the protection measures like SIP or Gatekeeper.