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2. Current relative attribution techniques are susceptible to framing attacks, by which an attacker performs the attack in the style of another person. 3. Current relative attribution is quite weak for complex attacks, for various reasons, such as the lack of available data and research, the difficulty of attribution in large datasets, and a poor understanding of what attribution means. It should also be mentioned that the use of relative attribution has limits from various laws, etc. For instance, you may not be able to obtain a warrant for more information based on a relative attribution analysis alone.

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