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2021.12.07 06:26 TloquePendragon 2V4 Ranked

Currently in a 2V4 Ranked game, this is a problem....
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2021.12.07 06:26 sake_snorter I asked an AI to draw me learning Chinese. Not what I was expecting. But I dig it!

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2021.12.07 06:26 DOPE56 The legend himself 👀

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2021.12.07 06:26 ali_j_ashraf How to use real chutes mod

When I right click on a parachute I can’t seem to find the editor window where I can change its size, mass, and other details. Am I doing something wrong? Is there a tech node I need to unlock first? I’m playing in Realism Overhaul
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2021.12.07 06:26 SirensToGo Does Helium's proofing strategy, at its most basic level, actually provide the guarantees it claims?

Aside from some general criticisms (the are only two references of an external entity reviewing the protocol, one of which is a random student org at Berkeley which is made up of undergrad students with little to no formal education in cryptography), I'm not quite convinced the proof-of-coverage system for Helium is correct? If you haven't yet, I recommend reading the white paper.
To summarize, the crux of Helium's algorithm is that miners must repeatedly and consistently prove their coverage and location to the rest of the network. Upon completing this algorithm, the involved miners get a nice little reward for their effort. The algorithm works by selecting a random challenger, C, and then a randomly ordered chain of n targets T_1, ..., T_n and asking them to publicly propagate a message in a specific (known only to C) order over a common radio channel while witnesses report the activity. They then claim that this protocol has the following guarantees:

This is a really neat little algorithm and it seems to work well at weeding out one or two miners who are lying about their coverage (since they will either not hear the unwrapped message directed at them or the next person/any of the witnesses won't hear it, thereby ending the chain prematurely). Cool!
There is, however, a small problem that even the white paper seems to directly mention:
The proofs used in the Helium network must be resistant to Sybil attacks in which dishonest Miners create pseudonymous identities and use them to subvert the Helium network and gain access to block rewards to which they should not be entitled
(for the uninitiated, here's the wiki page for sybil attack)
As defined in the white paper, the Helium mining protocol completely fails to do this because there is (fundamentally?) no way to distinguish an isolated cluster of entirely honest miners with real radios from that of an isolated cluster of entirely dishonest miners who are only pretending to have radios and are instead just simulating the protocol. This is because C only selects a chain from the group of nodes T1,...,T_n which are expected to be within some network defined radio radius T{radius} of each other. This means that a dishonest cluster will never be challenged by an honest cluster so long as it is always more than T_{radius} units away from any honest miner. Since dishonest miners can lie about their location, this isn't exactly hard to do (just claim your cluster is in the middle of the Pacific—no honest miners will ever be near enough to you to catch you!). Such a scenario violates all three guarantees (no RF hardware is required, we have successfully fooled the verifier as to where we are, and we nullify any issues of conflicting realities/timing by simply ensuring no conflicts ever occur in our cluster)
I think another way to describe this issue is as a majority attack. While main other protocols mitigate the threat of any one adversary gaining a majority of the voting shares by making it enormously expensive to ever gain such a majority, Helium's protocol doesn't seem to have any such capability due to the fact that voting is localized to a specific area. Thus, rather than needing to spend billions of dollars to gain a majority vote, an adversary can simply move far away (or, rather, claim to be far away) such that they hold a majority control over the region.
In this way, an enormous amount of network coverage can be forged and thus can receive an enormous reward without doing any actual work, which obviously subverts the entire point of the network.
But, you may be wondering, why the hell am I posting about this on reddit instead of just profiting off of it? Well, here's the thing: although the protocol is wrong and fails to actually provide any of its security guarantees, the company behind Helium seems to be determined to duct tape the entire protocol together through policy and keep trucking along despite the flaws. They do this by regulating who is allowed to enter the mining network by exclusively bundling the keys to communicate with these parts of the network with hardware (termed "Full Hotspots") that they, the company, have personally vetted. While this does effectively prevent you from spinning up an entire cluster of fake miners since you wouldn't be able to get the miner keys except by purchasing a ton of expensive hardware, it also means that Helium is only useful or secure so long as both of the following are true:
  1. Mining hardware is expensive and it is less expensive to actually run a real miner which provides real coverage than it is to simply extract the key from the miner hardware and provide fake coverage. In other words, if mining hardware becomes cheap enough or it becomes uneconomical to actually run a miner (energy consumption? bad payouts for your true area), you would be better suited to just copy the private keys from your miners and build a cluster of fake miners elsewhere to collect better pay with less energy use. In this way, mining hardware must not provide a return on investment unless there is enough data flowing through it as otherwise it would always be cheaper to simply purchase the hardware and simulate it in a more energy efficient way than it is to run it honestly. This then means that the network's security is soley placed in the security of endpoints
  2. Helium (the company) operates the administers the network honestly/vends keys only to real devices. This is really the crux of the problem and why I've typed out this enormous post. The private keys which back full hotspots cost Helium Inc nothing at all. If they ever where to accidentally (or, hell, intentionally) generate a bunch of miner keys and give them to a malicious entity for free (i.e. waive the staking fee), Helium's miner incentive falls apart since miner rewards will just get scooped up by fake clusters of miners simulating the protocol without even needing to pay for any hardware. This is, frankly, a ridiculous amount of trust to have and it essentially breaks the entire system. Somewhat worse, if Helium Inc. ever disappears, so too will the ability to make more miners since they are the sole party that is able to mint these keys.
This, mind you, isn't just some hypothetical I pulled out of my ass—everyone familiar with Helium is surely aware of proof-of-coverage hacking. As such, I don't really see how Helium's miner system is any better than Helium Inc selling miners and just promising to send each person a check for $5 each month so long as you've kept it plugged in the entire time. So...what's the actual point of Helium other than a really cunning way to get people to build out a huge LoRaWAN network for free?
tl;dr: Helium is cool and they have an awesome mission, but the underlying claims don't hold water because proof-of-coverage is held together only by Helium Inc's administrative duct tape.
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2021.12.07 06:26 Federal_Philosophy93 Vape crack (no rat poggers)
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2021.12.07 06:26 frosty1965 Praça Marquês de Pombal. Lisboa, 1976.

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2021.12.07 06:26 jobsinanywhere Is Zenitsu stronger than Inosuke in Demon Slayer?

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2021.12.07 06:26 DJCPT SM-G996U1 S21+ (XAR) One UI 4 2nd Update released!

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2021.12.07 06:26 eli_1902 Reshiram Raid add 5 now

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2021.12.07 06:26 itsbunchy Pre market looking bullish. Cheers to a good day hopefully

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2021.12.07 06:26 Wooden-Alternative46 Watch People Die Inside - Episode #22

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2021.12.07 06:26 RR_2025 Difference between "round" and "Decimal.quantize" for the same precision

Hello folks,
We recently came across a bug in which the calculations were getting wrong due to precision not being handled correctly. To fix that, I saw that there are are two ways - using round or using the Decimal package.
What i observed that both produce similar results (at least for the small set of test data that I have). Idk what I might be missing out, so just wanted to know if I should be using one over the other.
E.g. for ref.:

from decimal import Decimal
1/3 0.3333333333333333
round(1/3) 0 Decimal(1)/Decimal(3) Decimal('0.3333333333333333333333333333')
round(1/3, 2) 0.33 (Decimal(1)/Decimal(3)).quantize(Decimal('0.01')) Decimal('0.33')
`` DoroundandDecimal` give same the same result for the same level of precision? Or am i missing out something here?
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2021.12.07 06:26 Left_Writing_6820 Your exclusive secondary marketplace is just around the corner.

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2021.12.07 06:26 AdBackground4226 List of Recent Extinct Animals (120 plus)

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2021.12.07 06:26 RifflerHD Domestic adoption in Korea

My wife (Korean) and I were thinking about adoption but all the information available to me in English is regarding inter-country adoption. Does anyone have knowledge or first hand experience with adoption in, especially as a couple with one foreigner.
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2021.12.07 06:26 fliberdygibits Right out of the gate klipper not working

I've decided to dip my toes in klipper. One of the first sets of instructions I find is to build the firmware and the first step is to "cd klipper" and then "make menuconfig". On running make menuconfig I get an error "make: *** No rule to make target 'meunconfig'. Stop.". I've searched around and I EITHER find other people with the same question who never got an answer OR people this error but in a situation so unrelated as to be useless for me. Can someone tell me why this isn't working like this? Maybe point me at some current useful information on fixing this?

Thank you:)
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2021.12.07 06:26 Common_Cod_4158 Denmark and Hungary oppose EU rules on minimum wages

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2021.12.07 06:26 tikytik Torn between the iPad 9 and iPad Pro 11" Gen 3

Hey all, I'm really undecided about which one I should pick. I had an iPad Air a few months ago but sold it to buy a gaming laptop, but it's really bulky to bring around to my office/travelling to and fro and I want something lighter with which I can do work. Right now I'm leaning more towards the iPad 9 due to the amount I'll save, but I'm wondering if it's worth passing on all the great features of the pro.
Here's what I will be using my iPad for:

I will be getting 256 storage space, as well as an Apple pencil as well as a Logitech combo keyboard/case. I am planning to upgrade to 200GB of iCloud storage. I do very much prefer the gen 2 pencil, but I'm wondering if it's worth spending that extra for.
Let me know what you think!
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2021.12.07 06:26 olsonolsen when you can't stop buying. lol

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