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A group of researchers from MIT and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne have come up with a new anonymity system that is both bandwidth and computation efficient, as well as less susceptible to traffic analysis attacks than Tor, the currently most widely used anonymity network. It’s called Riffle, and for the moment, […]

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Researchers have developed a network architecture they claim is a dramatically more efficient way for users to interact anonymously. Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Swiss École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne collaborated on the project, known as “Riffle networking.”

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No doubt that you are already aware of the importance of using VPN networks to guarantee the privacy of your information. In fact, this has been one of our most repeated recommendations—we have already talked about what a VPN is, some of its uses, the most popular encryption protocols, and some of the vulnerabilities it can have in […]

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