Mix networks are routing protocols that create hard-to-trace communications by using a chain of proxy servers known as mixes which take in messages from multiple senders, shuffle them, and send them back out in random order to the next destination (possibly another mix node). This breaks the link ...
Probably a dumb question, but I've read the Bitmessage whitepaper and I found it rather lacking on the details. But it promises anonymous routing, so can it be considered a variation on Mix networks, ...
I am looking for an adequate protocol for public key decryption, which would allow $n$ parties to jointly decrypt a cipher text. The usage scenario for such a protocol would be a mixnet that wouldn't ...
I am currently doing some research on universally verifiable mixnets, but it seems to me that there are too few papers about them after 2006 or so and most of them come from the team of Douglas ...