Priority by Threat -- Designing a block with security features contd

Mass Account Attack and Sleeper Cell Attack prevention algorithm.

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The post will discuss how a mass account attack or a sleeper cell attack could be prevented.

Needless to say what the mass attack is:

If the network can update 39 (a level created at 10% of total raw) level_tps [ ], and if a block is created with level_tps and threat as threat x level_tps[level], we should be able to single out a mass account attack or a sleeper cell attack.
(level_tps: Number of transactions per second received from a level in an epoch X.)

Also, to prevent low raw attacks, we can introduce another variable Q and set level_tps [level< P] = level_tps[level] * Q, effectively putting spammers at the bottom of the queue. Considering the growth in adoption, we can we can further apply some method to decrease the value of 'Q' as time goes by.