Two or three years ago, I was reading something interesting, but then I lost the paper. The paper described building secure and fast P2P networks (not like tor or I2P). Unfortunately, I only remember some parts of the protocol/algorithm:
- Peer logical address not equal to physical address, actually logical address is public encryption key.
- When sending message through peer tunnel we encrypt by all public keys of peers in tunnel consequentially $(key_0(key_1(...key_N(data))))$
- Unable to detect actual sender and receiver by analysing packet data.
- Also, sender cannot find receiver and receiver cannot find sender of message.
- Unable to detect if next peer is last or previous is first in peer sequence.
What paper was this?