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Editing Scenario 06: Cyber countermeasures against an enabling State

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[[File:Hacker2.jpg|thumb|© NicoElNino. Licensed from Shutterstock.|alt=]] A country believed to possess highly developed cyber capabilities repeatedly fails to assist other States in countering cyber attacks emanating from its territory. After yet another malicious cyber operation from the former State’s territory results in numerous casualties abroad, the said State comes under a large-scale DDoS attack. The scenario considers the international obligation of due diligence in the cyber context and the ability of States to take countermeasures in response to violations of that obligation.
 
[[File:Hacker2.jpg|thumb|© NicoElNino. Licensed from Shutterstock.|alt=]] A country believed to possess highly developed cyber capabilities repeatedly fails to assist other States in countering cyber attacks emanating from its territory. After yet another malicious cyber operation from the former State’s territory results in numerous casualties abroad, the said State comes under a large-scale DDoS attack. The scenario considers the international obligation of due diligence in the cyber context and the ability of States to take countermeasures in response to violations of that obligation.
 
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== Scenario ==

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