Prefix-preserving IP address anonymization: measurement-based security evaluation and a new cryptography-based scheme

@article{Fan2004PrefixpreservingIA,
  title={Prefix-preserving IP address anonymization: measurement-based security evaluation and a new cryptography-based scheme},
  author={Jinliang Fan and Jun Xu and Mostafa H. Ammar and Sue B. Moon},
  journal={Computer Networks},
  year={2004},
  volume={46},
  pages={253-272}
}
Real-world traffic traces are crucial for Internet research, but only a very small percentage of traces collected are made public. One major reason why traffic trace owners hesitate to make the traces publicly available is the concern that confidential and private information may be inferred from the trace. In this paper we focus on the problem of anonymizing IP addresses in a trace. More specifically, we are interested in prefix-preserving anonymization in which the prefix relationship among… CONTINUE READING
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