On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 8:54 AM, Victor Denisov<vdeni...@redline.ru> wrote:
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> Luke771 wrote:
>> What you're doing here is catching Opennet users. Pure Darknet users
>> wont be that easy to catch.
> No, they'll be extremely easy to catch, along with their friends' IP
> addresses. Detect local darknet nodes via generic traffic analysis (how
> many people skype or play online games for 20+ hours a day with constant
> 80+ KB/sec traffic?) -> Check local port used for conversations -> find
> local nodes' darknet port -> detect its darknet peers. Trivial.
> On the other hand, moving just one hop further in the darknet chain
> requires cooperation with the remote ISP, which is something everyone
> considers to be relatively difficult to achieve.

Right now, the best defense for darknet nodes is that this sort of
analysis is computationally expensive on a large network.  For a small
lan, it probably isn't, making even darknet relatively easy to catch.

Evan Daniel
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