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keystroke obfuscation[edit]

Vinnie Monaco, the autor of the paper Obfuscating Keystroke Time Intervals to Avoid Identification and Impersonation has written kloak - Obfuscate keystroke timings to help protect privacy due to Whonix's request.

TODO: test and implement - https://github.com/vmonaco/keystroke-obfuscation/issues/1#issuecomment-243433528

TCP ISNs and Temperature induced clock skews[edit]

Ethan White, the author Practical deanonymization using CPU load covert channels helping us with CPU-induced latency Covert Channel Countermeasures.

TODO: https://phabricator.whonix.org/T530#10274


single-gw multiple-ws vs multiple-gw multiple-ws mapped 1:1[edit]

Tor Project research wanted blog post on single-gw multiple-ws vs multiple-gw multiple-ws mapped 1:1 in progress


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