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After t0 , the adversary can attack the system with a massive DoS attack in which it can block a constant fraction of the servers of its choice. , non-DoS attacked) server, every lookup request to a data item that was last updated after t0 can be served by the system, and processing all the requests just needs polylogarithmic time and work at every server. We show that such a system can be designed. 1 Introduction On Feb 6 of this year, hackers launched a distributed denial-of-service (DoS) attack on the root servers of the Domain Name System (DNS) .
Angluin, J. Aspnes, and D. Eisenstat The results are depicted in Figure 2. As can be seen, it seems that the protocol generally leaves Θ(n1− ) leaders and completely converges in O(log n) time. Acknowledgments The second author would like to thank Joanna Ellman-Aspnes for suggestions that helped overcome an obstacle in the proof of the main lemma bounding convergence. The authors would like to thank the DISC 2007 reviewers for their helpful comments. References 1. : Computation in networks of passively mobile finite-state sensors.
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A Guide to Ingres: A User's Guide to the Ingres Product by C. J. Date