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Summary

DS-1051
tools/sanitize/generic/AnonTool
External Dataset
External Data Source
Crawdad (Dartmouth)
Unknown
09/01/2006
55 (lowest rank is 55)

Category & Restrictions

Other
wireless
Unrestricted
Unknown

Description


AnonTool - an open-source implementation of Anonymization API.

AnonTool, an open-source implementation of Anonymization API, provides an easy to use, flexible and efficient library of functions that can be used to anonymize live traffic, or packet traces in libpcap file format. Currently, IP, TCP/UDP, HTTP, FTP and Netflow v5 and v9 are supported. Three ready-to-use applications have been implemented on top of this library; one provides basic anonymization functionality for the IP/TCP/UDP protocols, and two more which can perform anonymization on every field of a Netflow datagram, one for v5 and one for v9 respectively. ; koukis@ics.forth.gr

Additional Details

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file transfer protocol, network analyzers, application programming interface, communication protocol, cryptographic protocol, application layer protocols, clear text protocols, cisco protocols, packets, tools/sanitize/generic/anontool, transport layer security, external data source, netflow, history of the internet, network trace, pcap, internet protocol, data protection, uniform resource identifier, computer network analysis, hypertext transfer protocol, inferlink corporation, datagram, data anonymization, technical communication, 1051, secure communication, information privacy, history of computing