Evaluation of Privacy for DNS Private Exchange
draft-am-dprive-eval-02

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Abstract

The set of DNS requests that an individual makes can provide a monitor with a large amount of information about that individual. DNS Private Exchange (DPRIVE) aims to deprive this actor of this information. This document describes methods for measuring the performance of DNS privacy mechanisms, particularly it provides methods for measuring effectiveness in the face of pervasive monitoring as defined in RFC7258. The document includes example evaluations for common use cases.

Authors

Aziz Mohaisen (mohaisen@buffalo.edu)
Allison Mankin (amankin@verisign.com)

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