On Multi-Session Website Fingerprinting over TLS Handshake

09/19/2020
by   Aida Ramezani, et al.
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Analyzing users' Internet traffic data and activities has a certain impact on users' experiences in different ways, from maintaining the quality of service on the Internet and providing users with high-quality recommendation systems to anomaly detection and secure connection. Considering that the Internet is a complex network, we cannot disintegrate the packets for each activity. Therefore we have to have a model that can identify all the activities an Internet user does in a given period of time. In this paper, we propose a deep learning approach to generate a multi-label classifier that can predict the websites visited by a user in a certain period. This model works by extracting the server names appearing in chronological order in the TLSv1.2 and TLSv1.3 Client Hello packets. We compare the results on the test data with a simple fully-connected neural network developed for the same purpose to prove that using the time-sequential information improves the performance. For further evaluations, we test the model on a human-made dataset and a modified dataset to check the model's accuracy under different circumstances. Finally, our proposed model achieved an accuracy of 95 both the modified dataset and the human-made dataset.

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