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These post-proceedings include 27 papers that have been accredited for presentation on the 5th foreign Workshop on details Hiding, held 7–9 October 2002, in Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands. The papers have been chosen from seventy eight submissions at the foundation in their scienti?c excellence and novelty by way of this system committee. We attempted to have a balanced application overlaying numerous points of knowledge hiding. this system committee was once composed of Ross J. Anderson (Univ- sity of Cambridge, UK), Jan Camenisch (IBM Zurich examine Laboratory, Switzerland), Ingemar J. Cox (NEC examine Institute, USA), John McHugh (SEI/CERT, USA), Ira S. Moskowitz (Naval learn Laboratory, USA), activity Oostveen (Philips examine, The Netherlands), Andreas P?tzmann (Dresden college of know-how, Germany), Mike Reiter (Carnegie Mellon college, USA), and me. all of us desire to thank the entire authors of submissions for o?ering their papers for attention. This 12 months, opposite to the 4 past workshops, the decision for papers - quested nameless submissions. besides the fact that, anonymity used to be now not obligatory and we did settle for a few papers within which the id of the authors was once transparent. every one submission used to be assigned to 3 contributors of this system committee. Papers submitted via software committee individuals have been assigned to 4 reviewers. this system committee trusted the recommendation of out of doors colleagues. We additionally insisted that 12 of the 27 accredited papers might be revised in accordance with the reviews of the reviewers.
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We could assume that all the other messages may have come from the same sender and thus provide no anonymity, but this would be overly pessimistic — the entire history of the mix is unlikely to consist of messages from just one sender. Thus the minimum anonymity of a threshold n pool mix is likely higher than that of a simple threshold n mix. Blending Attack Behaviour: In general, the blending attack has two phases: ﬂushing the mix so that no good messages remain inside it, then forwarding in the target message and ﬂushing it out onto the network.
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