81 Percent Of Tor Clients Could Be Identified With NetFlow

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Pierluigi Paganini from Security Affairs posted a great article about how Cisco NetFlow could possibly be used to identify Tor clients. The idea is a NetFlow sensor could monitor a certain percent of random generated Tor circuits and possibly link clients back to their users. The original post can be found HERE. Here is the post. 

The research revealed that more than 81 percent of Tor clients can be de-anonymized by exploiting a new traffic analysis attack based on Netflow technology.

A team of researchers conducted a study between 2008 and 2014 on the de-anonymization of the Tor users, the team worked to disclose their originating IP addresses.  Continue reading

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The Importance of a BYOD Policy for Companies

Here is a guest post from Pierluigi Paganini. He is a security researcher for InfoSec Institute. InfoSec Institute is an information security training company now offering a mobile computer forensics course.

The IT landscape is dominated by the rise of paradigms such as cloud computing, mobile networking, and social networking, three concepts that have totally revolutionized the daily user’s experience on the web. Continue reading

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