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Konnektor: Connection Protocol for Ensuring Peer Uniqueness in Decentralized P2P Networks

Abstract: Konnektor is a connection protocol designed to solve the challenge of managing unique peers within distributed peer-to-peer networks. By prioritizing network integrity and efficiency, Konnektor offers a comprehensive solution that safeguards against the spread of duplicate peers while optimizing resource utilization. This paper provides a detailed explanation of the protocol's key components, including peer addressing, connection initialization, detecting peer duplications, and mitigation strategies against potential security threats.

arXiv categories: Networking and Internet Architecture (cs.NI); Distributed, Parallel, and Cluster Computing (cs.DC)

ACM classes: C.2.1; C.2.4

Self-hosted document: konnektor-v1.pdf

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