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Re: [tor-talk] New to this list
If you're interested in free literature on anonymity, AnonBib is a great
I suggest reading some of the founational papers.
Considering your technical background "Tor: The Second-Generation Onion
Router" is a good place to start. It has a link on to a free HTML
version on Anonbib:
If you click the star next to the title of the paper on AnonBib, it
takes you to the Google Scholar page. You can see who has cited the
paper, and what GS considers to be related literature.
You can repeat that process for any papers that catch your eye.
PS: If you want to search on Google Scholar easily, one simple way is to
append !gsc to your query when searching with DuckDuckGo. Google has the
link to it buried a bit in the current UI.
Greg Norcie (gnorcie@xxxxxxxxxxx)
PhD Student, Security Informatics
On 1/23/15 1:34 PM, Philipp Winter wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 23, 2015 at 01:17:30PM -0500, Kevin wrote:
>> Hello. I am a programmer and computer security specialist, to name
>> a few things. I am on this list because I have learned of onion
>> botnets and I felt that this would be a good place to research ways
>> to combat them. I hope to gather some meaningful info as well as
>> engage in some tor talk!
> This paper might be a good start:
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