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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
A protocol is described which allows to send and receive messages anonymously using an arbitrary communication network, and it is proved to be unconditionally secure. This improves a result by DAVID CHAUM: The DC-net guarantees the same, but on the assumption of a reliable broadcast network. Since unconditionally secure Byzantine Agreement cannot be achieved, such a reliable broadcast network cannot be realized by algorithmic means. The solution proposed here, the DC + -net, uses the DC-net,doi:10.1007/3-540-46885-4_32 dblp:conf/eurocrypt/Waidner89 fatcat:4mmxpzwb4nhwnkwkpgd3xfssfu