North Korea hacks us. We hack them. It’s a recipe for catastrophe.
Nuke “option” in response to a cyberattack, the UN Temperance League.
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War with Iran could spark a regional conflagration that would cause untold suffering across the Muslim world and spark deadly blowback for decades to come.
Stuxnet provides ready-made justification for those who would retaliate in kind.
Washington has gone on the offensive in yet another realm: cyberspace.
Iran is suffering from cyberattacks and sanctions, even though it has halted its support for terrorist attacks — and has no nuclear-weapons program.
Is cyber war everything it’s cracked up to be, and is the United States really so behind the curve in the scramble to develop cyber weapons?
The oil industry becomes more susceptible to sabotage every day.
A new version of the Stuxnet worm used against Iran’s centrifuge systems is in development.
Is a computer virus the perfect weapon?
Even a computer virus like Stuxnet can cause nasty side effects.
Rushing to judgment on Russian involvement with Stuxnet could bite Iran in the rear end.
Proliferation and deterrence apply to both.
Whoever began a cyber war with Iran started off with a bang.