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2011
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Performance of Scheduling Policies in Adversarial Networks with Non-synchronized Clocks
In this paper we generalize the Continuous Adversarial Queuing Theory (CAQT) model [5] by considering the possibility that the router clocks in the network are not synchronized. W...
Antonio Fernández Anta, José Luis L&...
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2015
ACM
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The Clock is Still Ticking: Timing Attacks in the Modern Web
Web-based timing attacks have been known for over a decade, and it has been shown that, under optimal network conditions, an adversary can use such an attack to obtain information...
Tom van Goethem, Wouter Joosen, Nick Nikiforakis
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