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Title: Split message-based anonymity for JXTA applications
Authors: Arnedo Moreno Matsuo, Joan
Pérez Gilabert, Noemi
Keywords: peer-to-peer
split message
Issue Date: 4-Jul-2012
Publisher: IEEE Press
Type: Part or chapter of book
Citation: Arnedo, J.; Pérez, N. (2012). "Split message-based anonymity for JXTA applications". A:.Proceeding of the Sixth International Conference on Complex, Intelligent, and Software Intensive Systems (CISIS-2012).Palermo (Itàlia).IEEE Press. Pág. 156-163.
Abstract: JXTA is an open peer-to-peer (P2P) protocols specification that, in its about 10 years of history, has slowly evolved to appeal to a broad set of applications. As part of this process, some long awaited security improvements have been included in the latest versions. However, under some contexts, even more advanced security requirements should be met, such as anonymity. Several approaches exist to deploy anonymity in P2P networks, but no perfect solution exists. Even though path-based approaches are quite popular, it is considered that, in dynamic groups, using a split message-based one is better. In this work, we propose an anonymity service for JXTA using such approach. The proposal takes advantage JXTA's core services, in a manner so that it can be easily integrated to existing end applications and services.
Language: English
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