Author pitrou
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Date 2012-01-18.23:46:12
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> > As much as the counting idea rubs me wrong,
> FWIW, the original 2003 paper reported that the url-caching system that 
> they tested used collision-counting to evade attacks.

I think that was DJB's DNS server/cache actually.
But deciding to limit collisions in a specific application is not the
same as limiting them in the general case. Python dicts have a lot of
use cases that are not limited to storing URL parameters, domain names
or instance attributes: there is a greater risk of meeting pathological
cases with legitimate keys.
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