Anna Shubina, Sean Smith.
"Using Caching for Browsing Anonymity."
ACM SIGEcom Exchanges.
Volume 4.2, pp 11-20, Summer 2003.
Currently, users interested in anonymous browsing have the choice only between single-hop proxies and the few more complex systems that are available. These still leave the user vulnerable to long-term intersection attacks.
In this paper, we propose a caching proxy system for allowing users to retrieve data from the World-Wide Web in a way that would provide recipient unobservability by a third party and sender unobservability by the recipient and thus dispose with intersection attacks, and report on the prototype we built using Google.
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