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Re: [tor-talk] Illegal Activity As A Metric of Tor Security and Anonymity

On 6/28/14, Mark McCarron <mark.mccarron@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> We also need to consider that some unidentified flaws exist in the code, but
> I agree with you traffic analysis is certainly the major problem at present.
>  Traffic obfuscation will not work against the NSA and it would cause
> problems with the network.
> The only option is to offer hosting within the Tor network itself.  Such
> hosting would need to be fragmented/distributed, or we could be exposing Tor
> providers to prosecution.  That is, pages and backend access are delivered
> by composing them from multiple random nodes.  It would probably best to
> start with Nginx or Apache and then modify it.  That's a complex design, but
> robust and the traffic analysis would yield little-to-no actionable
> information.

Read the freehaven papers.

Then write a paper.

Ask specific questions if you need.
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