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2011 Information Security for South Africa
This paper reflects on the network forensic implication of a specific clean-slate future internetwork architecture. The paper first provides an overview of the architecture and how it compares to the well-established TCP/IP model. The architecture's network forensic features are then considered. The architecture's approach to naming and addressing fundamentally differs from the approach used in the current Internet. Great care is taken to distinguish between names and addresses. Names are useddoi:10.1109/issa.2011.6027506 fatcat:gc47g7lvfba7dlhaml3endm4jq