[dtn-security] Re(2): Traffic Analysis Protection

"Peter Lovell" <peter.lovell@sparta.com> Thu, 13 March 2008 20:09 UTC

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From: "Peter Lovell" <peter.lovell@sparta.com>
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On Thu, Mar 13, 2008, Stephen Farrell <stephen.farrell@cs.tcd.ie> wrote:

>The BP's not that good in this respect, since we can't encrypt
>the primary bundle,

Hi Stephen,

minor terminology correction. It's the "primary block" that we can't
encrypt -- the one containing addresses etc.

As you say, bundle-in-bundle encapsulation is a solution but ... you
have to have *some* addressing *somewhere*.  Were I a professor, I'd
assign that as an advanced exercise for the class :)

Cheers.....Peter

p.s. I listened on the audio feed and thought it was a good session --
well done.