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This paper presents PeerCube, a DHT-based system aiming at minimising performance penalties caused by high churn while preventing malicious peers from subverting the system through collusion. This is achieved by i) applying a clustering strategy to support quorum-based operations; ii) using a randomized insertion algorithm to reduce the probability with which colluding Byzantine peers corrupt clusters, and; iii) leveraging on the properties of PeerCube's hypercube structure to allow operationsdoi:10.1109/saso.2008.44 dblp:conf/saso/AnceaumeLRB08 fatcat:cj4r6yqhqjbqjlobkd4ljau5pm