By A. Bak
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The infrastructure delays and reorders messages from subscribers within a mix zone to confuse an observer. A problem with this system is that there must be enough subscribers in the mix zone to provide an acceptable level of anonymity. Beresford and Stajano conducted statistical attacks against these systems and found the afforded security to be quite low. Even large groups using the Active Bat remained vulnerable. In [lo], Gruteser and Grunwald Temporal and Spatial Cloaking. propose a mechanism called cloaking that conceals a user within a group of k people.
This route discovery is achieved by broadcasting and forwarding packets. The sender of a message is anonymous because it is impossible to judge whether a node is actually sending a message it generated or is simply forwarding a packet as part of a route. 30 PRIVACY, SECURITY, TRUST AND CONTEXT MIXes in Mobile Communication Systems. It is easy for cellular networks like GSM to track their mobile subscribers. Location information is required in order to route calls appropriately. Avoiding this by simply broadcasting is not an option because of the limited bandwidth in current cellular networks.
All digital devices of a given type, by virtue of being homogeneous, make the same mistakes-and don't learn from them. The designers of the Windows file sharing protocol never intended it to be used to obtain people's names. Nevertheless, Windows laptops will happily reveal their owner's name to anyone who asks it. Due to a bug in bluetooth phones, attackers may often trick the phone into revealing its address book and phone number . By asking a device with known location for owner information, both of these attacks pinpoint the owner's location, among other things.