Analysis of Free Haven anonymous storage and publication system
Mirembe, Drake Patrick
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In this paper we evaluate the design of a distributed anonymous storage and publication system that is meant to resist even attacks of most powerful adversaries like the government. We present a discussion of whether the assumptions held in the design of Free Haven System (FHS) are achievable in the real world and the potential implementation handles. We point out the different possible attacks and voice our opinions on the suggested solutions. We end with recommendations on how to improve the FHS design and offer direction for future research efforts in distributed anonymous storage services.
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