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This is a pretty reasonable concern. Of course, the Internet being what it is, this happens all the time. One of the great things about Wiki, however, is that ''anyone'' can change an article back to how it was before the abuse. Just as ''everyone'' is responsible for writing and editing the Wiki, ''everyone'' is responsible for protecting it from malicious abuse.
Fixing an abusive edit -- whether graffitti, an advertisement, or whatever -- is ''just as easy'' as making the abusive edit in the first place. We keep a [[Project:page history help|history]] of every version of every page, that anyone can look at. So, if a page just says, "I M THE GRATEST", another user can check the history, find the previous version, check that it's worthwhile, and then [[Project:howHoe toeen revertpagina a pageterugbrengen|reverteen bewerking ongedaan makenrevert]] to that version. Easy as pie!
Sure, the abuser may just come back again and put back up their graffitti or whatever. But what seems to happen is that they don't, very often. They usually give up after one, or sometimes 2 or 3 tries.
Nobody's 100% sure why, but it seems like if there's a dedicated community that really cares about the Wiki project -- like [[Project:Wikitravellers|Wikitravellers]] care about Wikitravel -- then their efforts will outweigh any single abuser's determination. Abusers just don't care enough to spend a lot of time editing a page over and over just to see '''BIG BOB WUZ HERE''' on the Internet. It's not really worth the effort, and it's not that much of a challenge.
See also: [[Project:HowHoe toongewenste handleedits unwanted editsbehandelen|HowHoe toomgaan handlemet unwantedongewenste editsbewerkingen]]