Information Slicing: Anonymity Using Unreliable Overlays

  title={Information Slicing: Anonymity Using Unreliable Overlays},
  author={Sachin Katti and Jeff Cohen and Dina Katabi},
This paper proposes a new approach to anonymous communication called information slicing. Typically, anonymizers use onion routing, where a message is encrypted in layers with the public keys of the nodes along the path. Instead, our approach scrambles the message, divides it into pieces, and sends the pieces along disjoint paths. We show that information slicing addresses message confidentiality as well as source and destination anonymity. Surprisingly, it does not need any public key… CONTINUE READING
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Information slicing: Anonymity using unreliable overlays

  • S. Katti, J. Cohen, D. Katabi
  • Technical Report MIT-CSAIL-TR- - 13, CSAIL, MIT…
  • 2007
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