Abstract

We present HORNET, a system that enables high-speed end-to-end anonymous channels by leveraging next generation network architectures. HORNET is designed as a low-latency onion routing system that operates at the network layer thus enabling a wide range of applications. Our system uses only symmetric cryptography for data forwarding yet requires no per-flow state on intermediate nodes. This design enables HORNET nodes to process anonymous traffic at over 93 Gb/s. HORNET can also scale as required, adding minimal processing overhead per additional anonymous channel. We discuss design and implementation details, as well as a performance and security evaluation.

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Authors

Chen Chen, Daniele E Asoni, David Barrera, George Danezis, Adrain Perrig

Year

2015

Journal

, 1441–1454.

Keywords

Applied mathematics, Behavioral Science, cluster analysis, Complex Systems, Computational Finance, and Computational Science

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