Dr. Stefan Köpsell (TU Dresden)
The lectures give an introduction into methods and techniques for unobservable and anonymous communications in computer networks. The basic principles will be explained and exemplified. More specific the following schemes will be discussed: DC-Net, Mixes, Private Message Service. It will be explained how this schemes are used in real-world systems like Tor or I2P. Besides anonymity and unobservability on the network layer, techniques for anonymity and pseudonymity on the application layer will be explained. The related principles will be illustrated using digital means of payment and value exchange as example.
Contents are structured as following:
Part I (28 March):
Part II (30 March):
Part III (31 March):
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