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David Fifield, Chang Lan, Rod Hynes, Percy Wegmann and Vern Paxson

. Porras, and D. Boneh. Evading censorship with browser-based proxies. In Proceedings of the 12th Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium (PETS) . Springer, July 2012. . [23] J. Geddes, M. Schuchard, and N. Hopper. Cover your ACKs: Pitfalls of covert channel censorship circumvention. In Proceedings of the 20th ACM conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS) , Nov. 2013. . [24] GoAgent. . [25

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Cecylia Bocovich and Ian Goldberg

. USENIX Association. [14] John Geddes, Max Schuchard, and Nicholas Hopper. Cover your ACKs: Pitfalls of covert channel censorship circumvention. In Proceedings of the 2013 ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security, CCS ’13, pages 361-372, New York, NY, USA, 2013. ACM. [15] Yihua He, Michalis Faloutsos, Srikanth Krishnamurthy, and Bradley Huffaker. On routing asymmetry in the internet. In Global Telecommunications Conference, 2005. GLOBE- COM’05. IEEE, volume 2, pages 6-pp. IEEE, 2006. [16] Dominik

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Frederick Douglas, Rorshach, Weiyang Pan and Matthew Caesar

circumvention. In Proceedings of the 2013 ACM SIGSAC conference on Computer & communications security (2013), pp. 361-372. [11] Houmansadr, A., Nguyen, G. T. K., Caesar, M., and Borisov, N. Cirripede: circumvention infrastructure using router redirection with plausible deniability. In Proceedings of CCS (2011). [12] Houmansadr, A., Riedl, T. J., Borisov, N., and Singer, A. C. IP over Voice-over-IP for censorship circumvention. CoRR abs/1207.2683 (2012). [13] Houmansadr, A., Wong, E. L., and Shmatikov, V. No direction home: The

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Diogo Barradas, Nuno Santos and Luís Rodrigues

. 367–382. [8] T. Elahi, C. M. Swanson, and I. Goldberg, “Slipping past the cordon: A systematization of Internet censorship resistance,” in CACR Tech Report 2015-10 , 2015. [9] R. Ensafi, D. Fifield, P. Winter, N. Feamster, N. Weaver, and V. Paxson, “Examining how the great firewall discovers hidden circumvention servers,” in Proceedings of the 2015 ACM Conference on Internet Measurement Conference , Tokyo, Japan, 2015, pp. 445–458. [10] FFmpeg, , 2000, accessed: 2017-06-12. [11] D. Fifield, C. Lan, R. Hynes, P. Wegmann

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Richard McPherson, Amir Houmansadr and Vitaly Shmatikov

References [1] Anonymizer. [2] BRUBAKER, C., HOUMANSADR, A., AND SHMATIKOV, V. CloudTransport: Using Cloud Storage for Censorship- Resistant Networking. In PETS (2014). [3] BURNETT, S., FEAMSTER, N., AND VEMPALA, S. Chipping Away at Censorship Firewalls with User-Generated Content. In USENIX Security (2010). [4] Collateral Freedom: A Snapshot of Chinese Internet Users Circumventing Censorship., 2013. [5

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Tariq Elahi, John A. Doucette, Hadi Hosseini, Steven J. Murdoch and Ian Goldberg

. Schuchard, and N. Hopper. Cover Your ACKs: Pitfalls of Covert Channel Censorship Circumvention. In Proceedings of the 20th ACM conference on Computer and Communications Security, 2013. [19] B. Hahn, R. Nithyanand, P. Gill, and R. Johnson. Games Without Frontiers: Investigating Video Games as a Covert Channel., 2015. Retrieved May 2015. [20] A. Houmansadr, T. Riedl, N. Borisov, and A. Singer. IP over Voice-over-IP for Censorship Circumvention. arXiv preprint arXiv:1207.2683, 2012. [21] S

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Vasile C. Perta, Marco V. Barbera, Gareth Tyson, Hamed Haddadi and Alessandro Mei

References [1] “Global surveillance disclosures (2013-present),” http://en. present). [2] R. Clayton, S. J. Murdoch, and R. N. Watson, “Ignoring the Great Firewall of China,” in Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on Privacy Enhancing Technologies. Springer, 2006, LNCS vol. 4258, pp. 20-35. [3] S. Khattak, M. Javed, S. A. Khayam, Z. A. Uzmi, and V. Paxson, “A Look at the Consequences of Internet Censorship Through an ISP Lens,” in Proceedings of the 14th

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Shuai Li and Nicholas Hopper

References [1] Collateral freedom: A snapshot of chinese internet users circumventing censorship, [2] Email statistics report 2014-2018, [3] Enron dataset, [4] Google approves an app that steals all your data, http

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Sheharbano Khattak, Tariq Elahi, Laurent Simon, Colleen M. Swanson, Steven J. Murdoch and Ian Goldberg

://, 2016. [4] T. Elahi, C. M. Swanson, and I. Goldberg, “Slipping Past the Cordon: A Systematization of Internet Censorship Resistance.” CACR Tech Report 2015-10, Aug. 2015. [5] S. Khattak, L. Simon, and S. J. Murdoch, “Systemization of Pluggable Transports for Censorship Resistance.”, 2014. [6] M. C. Tschantz, S. Afroz, D. Fifield, and V. Paxson, “SoK: Towards Grounding Censorship Circumvention in Empiricism,” in Proceedings of the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2016

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Zachary Weinberg, Mahmood Sharif, Janos Szurdi and Nicolas Christin

Global Internet Censorship and Circumvention: A Survey.” Communications of the IIMA 11.2 (2011). [56] Fei Sun, Dandan Song, and Lejian Liao. “DOM Based Content Extraction via Text Density.” Research and Development in Information Retrieval. ACM, 2011, pp. 245-254. [57] Janos Szurdi, Balazs Kocso, Gabor Cseh, Jonathan Spring, Mark Felegyhazi, and Chris Kanich. “The Long “Taile” of Typosquatting Domain Names.” USENIX Security Symposium. 2014, pp. 191-206. [58] The Common Crawl Foundation. Common Crawl. Web site