# FAQ¶

- How does Foolbox handle inputs that are misclassified without any perturbation?
- The attacks will not be run and instead the unperturbed input is returned as an
*adversarial*with distance 0 to the clean input. - What happens if an attack fails?
- The attack will return None and the distance will be np.inf.
- Why is the returned adversarial not misclassified by my model?
- Most likely you have a discrepancy between how you evaluate your model and how you told Foolbox to evaluate it. For example, you might not be using the same preprocessing. Compare the output of the predictions method of the Foolbox model instance with your model’s output (logits). This problem can also be caused by non-deterministic models. Make sure that your model is not stochastic and always returns the same output when given the same input. In rare cases it can also be that a seemlingly deterministic model becomes numerically stochastic around the decision boundary (e.g. because of non-deterministic floating point reduce_sum operations). You can always check adversarial.output and adversarial.adversarial_class to see the output Foolbox got from your model when deciding that this was an adversarial.
- Why are the gradients multiplied by the bounds (max_ - min_)?
- This scaling is meant to make hyperparameters such as the epsilon for FGSM independent of the bounds. epsilon = 0.1 thus means that you perturb the input by 10% relative to the max - max range (which could for example go from 0 to 1 or from 0 to 255).