[tor-talk] Hello I have a few question about tor network
lucas at codingrights.org
Tue Dec 29 15:10:10 UTC 2015
On 29-12-2015 11:05, Seth David Schoen wrote:
> If you look at the original Tor design paper, they assume that someone
> who is watching the place where a user enters the network (the first
> node in the chain, today called entry guard) and the place where the
> user's communications exit the network (the exit node) will be able to
> break the user's anonymity by noticing that the amount and timing of data
> going in on one side matches the amount and timing of data coming out on
> the other side. This is pretty serious and has been used to deanonymize
> people in real life.
Are there references for "real life" usage of traffic confirmation?
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