May 16, 2024, 4:12 a.m. | Pitpimon Choorod, Tobias J. Bauer, Andreas A{\ss}muth

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arXiv:2405.09412v1 Announce Type: new
Abstract: For journalists reporting from a totalitarian regime, whistleblowers and resistance fighters, the anonymous use of cloud services on the Internet can be vital for survival. The Tor network provides a free and widely used anonymization service for everyone. However, there are different approaches to distinguishing Tor from non-Tor encrypted network traffic, most recently only due to the (relative) frequencies of hex digits in a single encrypted payload packet. While conventional data traffic is usually encrypted …

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