A Case Study on Measuring Statistical Data in the Tor Anonymity Network

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The Tor network is one of the largest deployed anonymity networks, consisting of 1500+ volunteer-run relays and probably hundreds of thousands of clients connecting every day. Its large user-base has made it attractive for researchers to analyze usage of a real deployed anonymity network. The recent growth of the network has also led to performance problems… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-14992-4_19

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@inproceedings{Loesing2010ACS, title={A Case Study on Measuring Statistical Data in the Tor Anonymity Network}, author={Karsten Loesing and Steven J. Murdoch and Roger Dingledine}, booktitle={Financial Cryptography Workshops}, year={2010} }