A Node-failure-resilient Anonymous Communication Protocol through Commutative Path Hopping

@article{Li2010ANA,
  title={A Node-failure-resilient Anonymous Communication Protocol through Commutative Path Hopping},
  author={Fengjun Li and Bo Luo and Peng Liu and C. Chu},
  journal={2010 Proceedings IEEE INFOCOM},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-9}
}
With rising concerns on user privacy over the Internet, anonymous communication systems that hide the identity of a participant from its partner or third parties are highly desired. Existing approaches either rely on a relative small set of pre-selected relay servers to redirect the messages, or use structured peer-to-peer systems to multicast messages among a set of relay groups. The pre-selection approaches provide good anonymity, but suffer from node failures and scalability problem. The… Expand
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