based on the peer data we've collected, we have seen more than 13k unique IP addresses around the world.There is no way to be sure of the number of nodes. It is likely that at some point last year there were at least 10,000 stable nodes though.
On Sun, Aug 08, 2004 at 08:07:55AM -0000, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
subject line says all.
question applies to both stable and unstable networks.
bottom line is: is there enough nodes and traffic to defeat traffic
analysis of 1 individual's stuff?
We don't know.
what is the threshold of enough / not enough?
We don't know. :)
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