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Designing Privacy Enhancing Technologies

International Workshop on Design Issues in Anonymity and Unobservability, Berkeley, CA, USA, July 25-26, 2000. Proceedings

Part of the book series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS, volume 2009)

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Table of contents (11 papers)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-X
  2. Terminology

  3. Attacks on Systems

    1. The Disadvantages of Free MIX Routes and How to Overcome Them

      • Oliver Berthold, Andreas Pfitzmann, Ronny Standtke
      Pages 30-45
  4. Anonymous Publishing

    1. Freenet: A Distributed Anonymous Information Storage and Retrieval System

      • Ian Clarke, Oskar Sandberg, Brandon Wiley, Theodore W. Hong
      Pages 46-66
    2. The Free Haven Project: Distributed Anonymous Storage Service

      • Roger Dingledine, Michael J. Freedman, David Molnar
      Pages 67-95
  5. Mix Systems

    1. Towards an Analysis of Onion Routing Security

      • Paul Syverson, Gene Tsudik, Michael Reed, Carl Landwehr
      Pages 96-114
    2. Web MIXes: A System for Anonymous and Unobservable Internet Access

      • Oliver Berthold, Hannes Federrath, Stefan Köpsell
      Pages 115-129
  6. Identity Management

    1. Identity Management Based on P3P

      • Oliver Berthold, Marit Köhntopp
      Pages 141-160
  7. Pseudonyms and Remailers

    1. On Pseudonymization of Audit Data for Intrusion Detection

      • Joachim Biskup, Ulrich Flegel
      Pages 161-180
    2. Protection Profiles for Remailer Mixes

      • Giovanni Iachello, Kai Rannenberg
      Pages 181-230
  8. Back Matter

    Pages 231-231

About this book

Anonymity and unobservability have become key issues in the context of securing privacy on the Internet and in other communication networks. Services that provide anonymous and unobservable access to the Internet are important for electronic commerce applications as well as for services where users want to remain anonymous.
This book is devoted to the design and realization of anonymity services for the Internet and other communcation networks. The book offers topical sections on: attacks on systems, anonymous publishing, mix systems, identity management, pseudonyms and remailers. Besides nine technical papers, an introduction clarifying the terminology for this emerging area is presented as well as a survey article introducing the topic to a broader audience interested in security issues.

Keywords

  • Electronic Commerce
  • Internet
  • Privacy
  • anonymity
  • communication
  • distributed information systems
  • e-commerce
  • internet services
  • intrusion detection
  • mobile agents
  • networking security
  • protection
  • security
  • unobservability
  • web security

Editors and Affiliations

  • Institut Informatik, FU Berlin, Berlin, Germany

    Hannes Federrath

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