Attributing computer network intrusions has grown in importance as cyber penetrations across sovereign borders have become commonplace. Although advances in technology and forensics have made machine attribution easier in recent years, identifying states or others responsible for cyber intrusions remains challenging. This essay provides an overview of the attribution problem and its international legal dimensions and argues that states must develop accountable attribution mechanisms for international law to have practical value in this sphere.
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