Stop-and-Go-MIXes Providing Probabilistic Anonymity in an Open System

@inproceedings{Kesdogan1998StopandGoMIXesPP,
  title={Stop-and-Go-MIXes Providing Probabilistic Anonymity in an Open System},
  author={Dogan Kesdogan and Jan Egner and Roland B{\"u}schkes},
  booktitle={Information Hiding},
  year={1998}
}
Currently known basic anonymity techniques depend on identity veri cation. If veri cation of user identities is not possible due to the related management overhead or a general lack of information (e.g. on the Internet), an adversary can participate several times in a communication relationship and observe the honest users. In this paper we focus on the problem of providing anonymity without identity veri cation. The notion of probabilistic anonymity is introduced. Probabilistic anonymity is… CONTINUE READING
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