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Untraceable Communication—guaranteed


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Anonymous communication

On the left, users first access mailboxes. Then, the server disconnects users from the mailboxes and adds cover traffic. An adversary cannot tell who is talking to whom by looking at mailbox access patterns.

Credit: The researchers

Anonymity networks, which sit on top of the public Internet, are designed to conceal people’s Web-browsing habits from prying eyes.

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