An empirical analysis of family in the Tor network

@article{Wang2013AnEA,
  title={An empirical analysis of family in the Tor network},
  author={Xiao Wang and Jinqiao Shi and Binxing Fang and Li Guo},
  journal={2013 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC)},
  year={2013},
  pages={1995-2000}
}
As one of the most popular anonymous communication systems, Tor has become a research hotspot in this area. Recently, Tor nodes from Tor families (referred to as family nodes) have played an increasingly important role and caused significant influence on the Tor network. However, existing research about Tor mostly focuses on the entire Tor network without much consideration about the difference between family nodes and the others. In order to analyze family nodes' contribution to the entire Tor… CONTINUE READING

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