MIT’s ‘Riffle’ claims to be more secure than Tor

Although Tor keeps your online activity private, but it’s not flawless. So, researchers at MIT have developed their own network called the ‘Riffle’, which uses a series of servers called a ‘mixnet’, that each switch the order of the packets being transmitted, making its point of origin untraceable. At least, that’s what they are claiming.

Written by Shaik Zakeer Hussain

Shaik Zakeer Hussain is a former Sr. Correspondent at NextBigWhat. You can get in touch with him here: linkedin.com/in/shaikzakeerhussain or follow him here: twitter.com/zaknetic.