Category Archives: Common Goods

Grundlagen kooperativer Anonymisierungsnetze

Jens Oberender myPHD, Doktoranden-Workshop Institut für IT-Sicherheit und Sicherheitrecht, Universität Passau, 2009 Unverkettbare Nachrichten sind ein Grundbaustein anonymer Kommunikation. Anonymisierungsnetze schützen mittels Unverkettbarkeit, wer mit wem kommuniziert sowie die Identität der Beteiligten einer Kommunikationsbeziehung. Anonymisierungsnetze benötigen Kooperation, da die Anonymität … Continue reading

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Future Internet Architectures: New Trends in Service Architectures, Workshop

Hermann de Meer, Jens O. Oberender, Karin Anna Hummel, Gergö Lovasz (Organizing Chairs) colocated with ICT-MobileSummit 2009  Limitations and shortcomings of current networks are subject to the Future Internet research area. Novel challenges such as security, scalability, resilience, interoperability, and … Continue reading

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Widerstandsfähige Anonymisierungsnetze

Jens O. Oberender Dissertationsschrift Südwestdeutscher Verlag für Hochschulschriften, 2009 Unverkettbare Nachrichten sind ein Grundbaustein anonymer Kommunikation. Anonymisierungsnetze schützen mittels Unverkettbarkeit, wer mit wem kommuniziert sowie die Identität der Beteiligten einer Kommunikationsbeziehung. Anonymisierungsnetze benötigen Kooperation, da die Anonymität durch Ressourcen anderer … Continue reading

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On the Design Dilemma in Dining Cryptographer Networks

Jens O. Oberender and Hermann de Meer 5th International Conference on Trust, Privacy & Security in Digital Business 2008 In a Dining Cryptographers network, the anonymity level raises with the number of participating users. This paper studies strategic behavior based … Continue reading

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Denial-of-Service Flooding Detection in Anonymity Networks

Jens O. Oberender, Melanie Volkamer und Hermann De Meer IEEE Workshop on Monitoring, Attack Detection and Mitigation (MonAM) 2007 Denial-of-Service (DoS) flooding attackers benefit from sender anonymity and exit node diversity. Anonymity networks provide this by hiding the communication relationship and therefore hinder attack detection. After … Continue reading

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Selforganisation seminar, 2006

Ferdinand Kastl, Stefan Löwe, Josef Neuburger, Alexander Paluch, Wolfgang Pfnür, Andreas Schwab, Klaudia Thellmann University of Passau, Computer Networks & Communcations Self Organizing Systems can be found in many fields. This seminar enlightens models, applications and background theories of self … Continue reading

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Peer-to-Peer Networking seminar, summer 2006

Andreas Simbürger, Katarzyna Matusik, Sebastian Schinkin, Benjamin Thiel, Michael Schrank, Jakob Gamurar, Franz Stattenberger, Christian Hick University of Passau, Computer Networks & Communcations This freshmen level course was designed for the Passau study course ‘Bachelor of Internet Computing’. The participants … Continue reading

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Non-Remuneration: Benefits and Pricing in P2P Incentive Mechanisms

Jens O. Oberender and Hermann de Meer Dagstuhl Seminar 06131 on Peer-to-Peer-Systems and –Applications, 2006 Incentive mechanisms protect P2P networks from free-riders. Pricing controls the cost and benefit of cooperation, e.g., the granted upload-download ratio. Some file-sharing networks enforce cooperation … Continue reading

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