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Obsidian: A scalable and efficient framework for NetFlow obfuscation

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5 Author(s)
Villani, A. ; Dipt. di Mat., Univ. di Roma Tre, Rome, Italy ; Riboni, D. ; Vitali, D. ; Bettini, C.
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Through this software the authors aim to promote the sharing of network logs within the research community. The (k, j)obfuscation technique opens sundry interesting future directions. In fact, many networking and security tasks can be re-thought based on obfuscated datasets, for instance, quality of service (QoS), traffic classification, anomaly detection and more.

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INFOCOM, 2013 Proceedings IEEE

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14-19 April 2013

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