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Re: [tor-talk] What was the academic paper in which

that McCoy et al document has been helpful to my research as well, so thank

in the exchange below, there is a reference to an "assertion by DOJ" that
has been "referenced in a few talks." Does this mean talks by DOJ or by
someone else? Does anyone have a link to video or transcript of these
talks? My initial searches aren't turning up anything that seems relevant.

also, when you refer to an unpublished DOJ study, and Andrew responds about
an unpublished study by grad students in Nevada, is the thought that these
are the same studies, or two different studies?

On Sun, Oct 19, 2014 at 8:58 PM, Griffin Boyce <griffin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

> On 2014-05-25 16:35, Andrew Lewman wrote:
>> On Sun, May 25, 2014 at 05:40:51AM -0400, griffin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote
>> 0.4K bytes in 0 lines about:
>> :   Is there a good reference for the assertion by DOJ that 3% of Tor's
>> : traffic is "bad"/used for piracy/etc?  This has been referenced in a few
>> : talks, but was just wondering if this is written anywhere that can be
>> easily
>> : referenced.
>> There was an unpublished study in Nevada by some grad students who setup
>> a few malware defense appliances on the end of a tor exit relay. They
>> found 3% of the traffic passing through their exit relay was tagged as
>> malware, by however the appliance was configured to determine malware
>> or not.
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