Skip to comments.Former FBI official warns of cyberattacks from other nations
Posted on 04/26/2012 1:04:38 PM PDT by Kartographer
At least half a dozen countries with offensive cyber-capabilities are probing U.S. corporate and military computer systems, looking for data and a toehold should they one day want to disrupt or destroy the networks, according to the FBIs former top cyber-sleuth.
Shawn Henry, who retired from his post last month, declined to identify the countries, but other cyber-experts have said that China, Russia and Iran are among them.
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All they need is to find that one 'chink' in the armor.
Since we pretty well invent this stuff, why wouldn’t we have the upper hand and are technologically years ahead of any, shouldn’t they also be worried we can mess with their junk?
I believe the point is that most of our ‘junk’ is controlled/enabled by computers and the internet(so to speak).
Most of theirs is not.
Makes a hell of a lot more sense than "green energy."
Oh, like that’s news. Anyone who checks in to the internet from time to time can ascertain this. But, I must say, there are people who need to be told it’s raining while standing in a puddle.
Take a look over on this thread:
100% Certainty of Total Catastrophic Failure of Entire Power Infrastructure Within 3 Years
Plenty of naysayers over there saying this kind of thing CAN’T happen.