A category of “fires” employed for offensive purposes in which actions are taken through the use of computer networks to disrupt, deny, degrade, manipulate, or destroy information resident in the target information system or computer networks, or the systems and networks themselves. The ultimate intended effect is not necessarily on the target system itself, but may support a larger effort, such as information operations or counterterrorism (e.g., altering or spoofing specific communications or gaining or denying access to adversary communications or logistics channels).

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