There is a concept of “data juggling”, it’s very clever, there was a guy a couple of years ago who thought: What if I make use of latency with protocols on the internet to put data online by “juggling it around”? This is kind of an abuse of internet protocols. It’s hard to explain, but the data would be “kept moving” on the internet, making use of servers keeping data “in transit” for some time.
In theory, could this be used as an attack on the SAFE Network? I could create a “false” vault and offer resources to earn safecoins. Then I would put data on the SAFE Network. At a certain time my vault receives a get request. I would not be able to answer the get request (intentionally). But because the get request would come later in time (In the meantime, I would have already put my data on the SAFE Network, and retreived it). Then I would create a new “false” vault, etc. Could I swallow all storage space in the SAFE Network by multiplying this, like a DoS attack? Or could I “juggle data” around by abusing the “create vault” mechanism automatically?