A Generic Anonymization Framework for Network Traffic

  title={A Generic Anonymization Framework for Network Traffic},
  author={Dimitris Koukis and Spyros Antonatos and Demetres Antoniades and Evangelos P. Markatos and Panos Trimintzios},
  journal={2006 IEEE International Conference on Communications},
Lack of trust is one of the main reasons for the limited cooperation between different organizations. The privacy of users is of paramount importance to administrators and organizations, which are reluctant to cooperate between each other and exchange network traffic traces. The main reasons behind reluctance to exchange monitored data are the protection of the users' privacy and the fear of information leakage about the internal infrastructure. Anonymization is the technique to overcome this… CONTINUE READING
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