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Fig. 11. Time from start of nuisance attack to first alarm at any peer ( y axis) versus the number of peers subverted (x axis), for varying adversary resource sizes. Some attacks with few subverted peers do not cause alarms on our timescale. illustrates that the stealth modification adversary is playing a high-risk, highreward game: to have any chances of success (no more than 36% at best), he has to suffer very high levels of risk. This is another manifestation of the bimodal behavior of the system, making it virtually impossible for an adversary to get a guaranteed and safe win over his victims.

1 Construction. 11, vote construction is divided into rounds. Each round consists of two parts: the construction of an MBF proof of effort and the hashing of a portion of the document. r denotes the total number of rounds for a given AU. We design vote construction in a way that ensures the order of computation for each stage; specifically, we wish to ensure that voters cannot precompute or parallelize different stages of the construction of a vote (although individual stages of MBF proof construction may be parallelizable [Dwork et al.

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