Practical Vulnerabilities of the Tor Anonymity Network

@inproceedings{Syverson2011PracticalVO,
  title={Practical Vulnerabilities of the Tor Anonymity Network},
  author={Paul F. Syverson},
  year={2011}
}
Onion routing is a technology designed at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory to protect the security and privacy of network communications. In particular, Tor, the current widely-used onion routing system, was originally designed to protect intelligence gathering from open sources and to otherwise protect military communications over insecure or public networks, but it is also used by human rights workers, law enforcement officers, abuse victims, ordinary citizens, corporations, journalists… CONTINUE READING

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