Anna Shubina

I am currently a post-doctorate associate at the Department of Computer Science at Dartmouth College, working on Dartmouth Internet Security Testbed (DIST) and on Sun/Dartmouth OpenSolaris Security project.

In December of 2007, I finished my Ph.D. at the Department of Computer Science at Dartmouth College. My advisor was Amit Chakrabarti. During my first three years at Dartmouth, my research was directed by Sean Smith.

Projects and papers:

Here is the technical report "Using Caching for Browsing Anonymity".

And here is the proxy that can be used to anonymize your web browsing by using Google cache.

Here is a demo of an electronic election scheme . The paper on this scheme was presented at Privacy, Security and Trust 2004 .

As described here, I used to run a server in the anonymizing network called Tor, The Onion Routing. At this point, it does not look as if it would ever be coming back on-line.

Here is the paper called "Nearly Private Information Retrieval".