Xiaohang Yin

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—Privacy issues have been a serious concern for 802.11 Wireless LAN users. As demonstrated by Pang et al. [1] and Xu et al. [2], applying pseudonym techniques does not completely protect users' privacy. In particular, users' identities can be disclosed through implicit identifiers such as the IP addresses and port numbers users often access. In this paper,(More)
Privacy issues have been a serious concern for 802.11 Wireless LAN users. Prior research on privacy issues usually focuses on pseudonym techniques, where the unique, consistent explicit identifiers such as MAC addresses from the users can be frequently changed, and thus it is challenging to track users through those always changing identifiers. However,(More)
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