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16-10-2016 23:52:46  <funkenstein_>   "In the case of emergent consensus sybil nodes fail to have an impact because the attacker cannot magnify his or her economic footprint in the global Bitcoin ecosystem."

09-10-2016 11:37:51  <adlai>   by "sybil" here i just mean multiple scripts run by the same entity

09-10-2016 11:37:15  <kakobrekla>   in case of sybil i get that the join will also fail ?

09-10-2016 11:24:24  <kakobrekla>   how do you recover from sybil?

09-10-2016 11:21:17  <adlai>   but there are fewer counterparties at larger amounts, so you have a higher chance of falling prey to a sybil attack

28-03-2016 19:19:01  <asciilifeform>   but i ~can~ show that sybil net would have easily achieved the result he attributes to miner cartel.

23-03-2016 18:06:48  <asciilifeform>   whether or not you credit the chinese miners, the sybil net, or the devil, whoever,

14-03-2016 18:52:37  <asciilifeform>   there is a network, consisting, apparently, mostly of sybil.

14-03-2016 18:01:40  <asciilifeform>   the number is simply to ensure that folks connecting at random, in public toilets, end up with a thick layer of sybil between them and the statistically probable genuine non-gangrenous flesh somewhere far away.

14-03-2016 18:00:57  <asciilifeform>   sybil attacks work not because there are many sybils, but because they ~act in concert~

08-03-2016 04:43:23  <ben_vulpes>   near as i can tell, mircea_popescu went to pop a mining cartel and only caught a sybil.

07-03-2016 23:31:22  <mircea_popescu>   asciilifeform even so, i don't think banning sybil reduces to "unable to talk to white devils".

07-03-2016 23:27:58  <asciilifeform>   sybil octopus can get between victim and miners as a whole. and yes, this is enabled by the concentration of hash power in a shithole kingdom.

07-03-2016 23:27:13  <asciilifeform>   at any rate i am broadly unconvinced that network sybil octopus needs any kind of miners other than a small share of standard hashrate.

07-03-2016 23:11:15  <davout>   http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=07-03-2016#1425817 <<< the "sybil testing" part is not documented in the qntra piece or did I miss it?

07-03-2016 23:11:15  <assbot>   Logged on 07-03-2016 23:07:12; mircea_popescu: but, generally speaking, sybil testing on purported bitcoin nodes are a good idea, especially if carried out in secret and uncoordinatedly.

07-03-2016 23:07:12  <mircea_popescu>   but, generally speaking, sybil testing on purported bitcoin nodes are a good idea, especially if carried out in secret and uncoordinatedly.

24-02-2016 18:54:42  <asciilifeform>   http://proofofindividuality.tk << 'anti-sybil token' >> link leads to linkfarm/malware.

25-01-2016 21:32:24  <thestringpuller>   https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/42n7r0/how_to_sybil_attack_bitcoinclassicconsiderit_with/ << LOL. The Toomim's are getting hit with Sybil attacks now.

14-01-2016 23:13:58  <adlai>   "can read source and figure out wtf it does and why" is almost as sybil-resistent as PoW

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