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Route Fingerprinting in Anonymous Communications

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Route Fingerprinting in Anonymous Communications
Peer discovery and route set-up are an integral part of the processes by which anonymizing peer-to-peer systems are made secure. When systems are large, and individual nodes only gain random knowledge of part of the network, their traffic can be detected by the uniqueness of the information they have learnt. We discuss this problem, which occurred in the initial design of Tarzan, and other related problems from the literature.
George Danezis, Richard Clayton
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where P2P
Authors George Danezis, Richard Clayton
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