Monthly Archives: June 2011
I’ve recently seen a paper, published at a peer-reviewed conference, where the authors argue that some inter-arrival times were exponentially distributed and that the number of events per unit time were poisson distributed. They did some statistical tests and concluded … Continue reading
In my last articles, I argued that next-generation Internet security requires collaboration and that privacy concerns are the main road block for such cooperative solutions. I’ve also discussed network trace anonymization as a potential solution to the privacy issues with … Continue reading
In my last article, I discussed why collaboration among networks is essential for monitoring the Internet and maintaining its security in the future. Unfortunately, such collaboration is very difficult in practice due to privacy concerns.
In the fable “The Blind Men and the Elephant” by the American poet John Godfrey Saxe, six blind men from Indostan heard of a thing called “an elephant” but did not know what it was. To satisfy their minds, they … Continue reading