Middle attacks

As against man-in-the-middle attacks, very carefully chosen cryptographic protocols
may be a good attempt to stop such an attack. Pricing could also help
against the Sybil attack version. The problem with such solutions is that they
constitute a serious slow-down and harm the scalability of the network.
The main defense against Eclipse attacks is simply to use a pure P2P network
model. An even better solution would be to additionally use a randomization
algorithm to determine the nodes’ location (as for example in Freenet). If
the nodes in a pure P2P network are randomly distributed, than there are no
strategic positions and an attacker can’t control his nodes’ positions. It would
be nearly impossible to separate two subnetworks from one another in such
conditions.

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