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By Noah | August 21, 2011
Dan Kaminsky has a really interesting talk at Chaos Communication Camp 2011 showing how to quite reliably detect ISPs that artificially delay traffic to particular sites (video of Dan’s talk).
Note that the first 2/3 of the talk is a very interesting exploration of the security characteristics of Bitcoin, also showing how the Bitcoin database can be used as a peristent shared store. The latter third of the talk introduces Dan’s tools for detecting artificial delays introduced by ISPs.
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