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Re: P2P Darknets to eclipse bandwidth management?

  • From: Scott Francis
  • Date: Fri Sep 02 17:27:30 2005
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On 9/2/05, Stephen J. Wilcox <steve@telecomplete.co.uk> wrote:
[snip]
> packet inspection will just evolve, thats the nature of this problem.. there are
> things you can find out from encrypted flows - what the endpoints and ports are,
> who the CA is. then you can look at the characteristics of the data.

to that end, I'm been watching the development of TOR
<http://tor.eff.org/> with great interest.
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