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Waging war through the Internet

Over the past four years, huge efforts have been made to keep al Qaeda and other terrorist organizations from acquiring weapons of mass destruction, but too little attention has been paid to threats from cyberspace-based weapons of “mass disruption” capable of crippling the United States’ communications, energy and transportation infrastructures. Imagine an enemy able to knock out the power in some sizable chunk of the country by means of fast-spreading viruses inserted into our computer systems. Or think of an adversary who can gain remote access to and then crash highly automated controls that run many sensitive operations, from hydroelectric dams to gas and oil pipelines and robotic chemical plants. Full Story

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