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Principal Data Architect
Yannis is a Principal Data Architect at Verisign Labs, where he leads efforts to create value from the wealth of data that Verisign's operations generate every day. Yannis brings to Verisign 20 years of experience in conceiving, creating and bringing to fruition innovations; combining thinking big with laboring through the pains of materializing ideas. He has done so in an academic environment, at a start-up company, while conducting government-and DoD/DARPA-sponsored research, and for a global Fortune 200 company.
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Measuring the Leakage of Onion at the Root
This study by Verisign Labs researchers Aziz Mohaisen and Matt Thomas presents the state of .onion requests received at the global public DNS A and J root nodes, and a complementary measurement from the DITL (day in the life of the Internet) data repository. It also presents potential explanations of the leakage and highlights trends associated with global censorship events. This research was presented at the 7th Workshop on Hot Topics in Privacy Enhancing Technologies (HotPETs 2014).
The St Andrews (Scotland) School of Computer Science is a center for computer science teaching and research, with staff and students from Scotland and all parts of the world. Verisign Labs and St. Andrews collaborate on exploring the role of the DNS in the experimental future routing system, Identifier-Locator Network Protocol (ILNP).
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New from Verisign Labs: Measuring IPv6 Adoption
IPv4 is the common thread that has held the Internet together since its very early years, and, thus, it is both the most important and most widely deployed networking protocol in existence. As the world rapidly runs out of available IPv4 address space, there has been a major movement to transition the Internet to the IPv6 protocol with its vastly larger address space.
New from Verisign Labs - Measuring the Leakage of Onion at the Root
If you are trying to communicate anonymously on the Internet using Tor, this paper may be an important read for you.