May 13, 2024, 4:11 a.m. | Mohammad Saidur Rahman, Stephen DiAdamo, Miralem Mehic, Charles Fleming

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arXiv:2405.06126v1 Announce Type: cross
Abstract: Anonymous communication networks (ACNs) enable Internet browsing in a way that prevents the accessed content from being traced back to the user. This allows a high level of privacy, protecting individuals from being tracked by advertisers or governments, for example. The Tor network, a prominent example of such a network, uses a layered encryption scheme to encapsulate data packets, using Tor nodes to obscure the routing process before the packets enter the public Internet. While …

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