Why cyberattack attribution is more art than science

10/3/2013 | Dark Reading

Isolating and repairing a malware-infected computer system is just one step in a process that hopefully ends with identifying the source of the attack, but experts say getting to the culprit is more complicated than simply following a trail of breadcrumbs. According to a new report from FireEye, while many attacks are accompanied by regional signatures that point to a particular country or organization, strategic attribution involves considering a variety of factors, including the possibility of being intentionally misled.

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