Strongly Anonymous Communication For All
Welcome to the Anonymous Communication (Aqua/Herd/Moby) research project page!
Moby: A Blackout-resistant Anonymity Network for Mobile Devices
Amogh Pradeep, Hira Javaid, Ryan Williams, Antoine Rault, David Choffnes, Stevens Le Blond, Bryan Ford
To appear in PETS 2022
PASSPORT: Enabling Accurate Country-Level Router Geolocation using Inaccurate Sources
Muzammil Abdul Rehman, Sharon Goldberg, David Choffnes
Herd: A scalable, traffic analysis resistant anonymity network for VoIP systems
Stevens Le Blond, David Choffnes, William Caldwell, Peter Druschel, Nick Merritt
ACM SIGCOMM 2015
Towards efficient traffic-analysis resistant anonymity networks
Stevens Le Blond, David Choffnes, Wenxuan Zhou, Peter Druschel,
Hitesh Ballani, Paul Francis
ACM SIGCOMM 2013
MIT Tech Review
We have released Moby simulation code and implementation code.
We have made the Passport service available at this webpage. You can also find the source code here.
Herd's source code for Linux.
We rebuilt some foundational structures for anonymous networks in Rust and Go. The git repository is here, please contact David Choffnes if you would like access to it.
10/13/2015: MIT Technology Review: Anonymity Network Tor Needs a Tune-up to Protect Users from Surveillance
- David Choffnes, Northeastern University (PI)
- Amogh Pradeep, Northeastern
- Daniel Dubios, Northeastern
- Talha Paracha (Northeastern)
- Ryan Williams (Northeastern)
- Hira Javaid (Northeastern)
- Muzammil Abdul Rehman (Northeastern)
- Stevens Le Blond, EPFL
- Brian Ford, EPFL
- Tariq Sachleben, Northeastern Univeristy
- William Caldwell, MPI-SWS
- Peter Druschel, MPI-SWS
- Hitesh Ballani, Microsoft Research Cambridge
- Paul Francis, MPI-SWS
- Nicholas Merritt, MPI-SWS
- Wenxuan Zhou, Univ. of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. (SaTC-1618955). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.