Why Johnny Can ’ t Blow the Whistle : Identifying and Reducing Usability Issues in Anonymity Systems

@inproceedings{Norcie2014WhyJC,
  title={Why Johnny Can ’ t Blow the Whistle : Identifying and Reducing Usability Issues in Anonymity Systems},
  author={Greg Norcie and Jim Blythe and Kelly Caine},
  year={2014}
}
Tor is one of the most widely used anonymity networks in the world. The anonymity provided to any individual Tor user is a function of the total number of Tor users. Adoption of anonymity tools, including Tor, can be hindered by a lack of usability. Therefore, enhancing Tor’s usability and making it easier for more people to use Tor successfully increases security for all Tor users. To enhance Tor usability we begin by identifying stop-points which may act as barriers to using the Tor Browser… CONTINUE READING

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