Graduate School and Research Center in Digital Sciences

Seminar: Internet privacy, security, anonymization, distributed databases and traffic inside browsers

Aymeric Vitte

Digital Security

Date: November 5, 2013

Presentation of different projects and concepts based on latest Web technologies implemented in javascript inside browsers and on server side allowing the internet users to protect their privacy and data, to anonymize themselves if they deem necessary without installing anything directly from their browsers using a Tor like protocol/network, to share data and files from their browsers acting like a distributed database and relaying traffic for the others too. This is based on the principle that you might only trust yourself, don't want the others to be able to see/store your data, don't want to install anything and might question what is available today in terms of security (SSL/TLS, chain of trust, browser crypto, Tor network, torrents, etc)

Internet privacy, security, anonymization, distributed databases and traffic inside browsers

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