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In order to prevent the disclosure of privacy-sensitive data, such as names and relations between users, social network graphs have to be anonymised before publication. Naive anonymisation of social network graphs often consists in deleting all identifying information of the users, while maintaining the original graph structure. Various types of attacks on naively anonymised graphs have been developed. Active attacks form a special type of such privacy attacks, in which the adversary enrols aarXiv:1811.10915v1 fatcat:bvzhyo5fnveklhhtynytyqelcu