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Re: [tor-talk] on the topic of tor's weaknesses

On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 11:52:34AM +0000, b.g. white wrote:
> >We did do a design that, if one had a scheme that was successful
> >against a passive attacker, would resist an active attacker. Though
> >providing provable guarantees against a class of active attacker, it
> >is not ready for primetime. See "Preventing Active Timing Attacks in
> >Low-Latency Anonymous Communication" at http://freehaven.net/anonbib/
> That link to the paper is dead (for me?). Here is a good one.
> http://www.cs.yale.edu/homes/jf/FJS-PETS2010.pdf

I'm confused. Did you mean that you can't get to the anonbib webpage?
The link you gave is the same as the one given on the anonbib page.
(I gave the anonbib location to point people at a place where they
might see lots of related papers by others and also to give in one
location citation two possible URLs to retrieve the paper, the one you
gave plus the anonbib cached version. Both of these worked for me
when I tried them a moment ago.)

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