Linkability Considered Harmful
draft-johansson-linkability-bad-01

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Abstract

Current debate on pervasive monitoring often focus on passive attacks on the protocol and transport layers but even if these issues were eliminated through the judicious use of encryption, roughly the same information would still be available to an attacker who is able to (legally or otherwise) obtain access to linked data sets which are being maintained by large content and service providers.

Authors

Leif Johansson (leifj@sunet.se)
Linus Nordberg (linus@nordu.net)

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