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The internet anonymity service Tor has some bad actors among its volunteer servers set to hack dark net websites. Northeastern University professor Guevara Noubir and his graduate student Amirali Sanatinia found the many of the volunteer-run servers making up the Tor network are designed to hack the anonymous sites that connect to it. Read More

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At the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference earlier this week, Apple talked about something called “differential privacy.” We know very little about the details, but it seems to be an anonymization technique designed to collect user data without revealing personal information. What we know about anonymization is that it’s much harder than people think, and it’s […]

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A group of six academics has published a paper describing a new high-speed anonymity network that could increase the privacy of internet users everywhere. According to the Daily Dot, the network is called HORNET: High-speed Onion Routing at the Network Layer, and aims to provide Tor-style privacy along with higher routing speeds. ItPro reports that: […]

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