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Zyzzyva: speculative Byzantine fault tolerance
TLDR
In Zyzzyva, replicas reply to a client's request without first running an expensive three-phase commit protocol to agree on the order to process requests, making BFT replication practical for a broad range of demanding services. Expand
Zyzzyva: speculative byzantine fault tolerance
TLDR
In Zyzzyva, replicas respond to a client's request without first running an expensive three-phase commit protocol to reach agreement on the order in which the request must be processed. Expand
Making Byzantine Fault Tolerant Systems Tolerate Byzantine Faults
TLDR
Aardvark can achieve peak performance within 40% of that of the best existing protocol in the authors' tests and provide a significant fraction of that performance when up to f servers and any number of clients are faulty. Expand
BAR gossip
We present the first peer-to-peer data streaming application that guarantees predictable throughput and low latency in the BAR (Byzantine/Altruistic/Rational) model, in which non-altruistic nodes canExpand
πBox: A Platform for Privacy-Preserving Apps
TLDR
πBox is a new application platform that prevents apps from misusing information about their users and enables a wide range of useful apps with minimal performance overhead and without sacrificing user privacy. Expand
No Direction Home: The True Cost of Routing Around Decoys
TLDR
The first lesson of this study is that defeating decoy routing by simply selecting alternative Internet routes is likely to be prohibitively expensive for the censors, and the second, even more important lesson is that a fine-grained, data-driven approach is necessary for understanding the true costs of various route selection mechanisms. Expand
Truth in advertising: lightweight verification of route integrity
TLDR
A lightweight route verification mechanism that enables a router to discover route failures and inconsistencies between advertised Internet routes and actual paths taken by the data packets that achieves the overhead of less than 1% on a 1 Gbps link. Expand
Zyzzyva: Speculative Byzantine fault tolerance
TLDR
In Zyzzyva, replicas reply to a client's request without first running an expensive three-phase commit protocol to agree on the order to process requests, making BFT replication practical for a broad range of demanding services. Expand
BFT: the time is now
Data centers strive to provide reliable access to the data and services that they host. This reliable access requires the hosted data and services hosted by the data center to be both consistent andExpand
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