Evasive Internet Protocol

The Evasive Internet Protocol (EIP) is a modification to the data plane of the Internet that: 1) prevents senders from forging their identities while preserving the current Internet privacy paradigm; 2) gives recipients full control over who can communicate with them and for how long; 3) achieves the above features without requiring global signaling protocols; and 4) allows coexistence with and graceful introduction into the current Internet. See the ToN paper for details.