CYBER WARS: The New Cold War

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posted on Jan, 27 2014 @ 04:56 AM
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As I stated in another thread recently, "The Trap Has Been Set" www.abovetopsecret.com... this is an indication of the things I am talking about that can grind us to a halt.

The fact that cyber attacks are happening daily it is only a matter of time before this can work its way to the electric grid and cause major chaos worldwide, one country at a time. Almost all electric connections are now computerized (they were not always) and completely vulnerable to not only cyber attacks but dare, I say HAARP, EMP's from the Sun or man made EMP bombs dropped easily with drone technology. Some theorize that we can stop this from happening by spreading the word and getting people to change their behavior and dependency on the technology we use in every day life...and I say, not possible to stop this anymore, not through osmosis...just be ready to deal with the disruption when the time comes, NOT if, but when.

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CYBER WARS: The New Cold War - United States Federal Court System Hit With Cyber Attack; German Government Warns That Over 16 Million Online Accounts Compromised; Connected TVs, Fridge Help Launch Global Cyber Attack; Nearly Half Of South Koreans Have Their Bank Details Stolen (Including The President); GMail and Google+ Goes Down Across The World; China Blames Massive Internet Outage On Hacking Attack; And Hacking Expert Says He Cracked ObamaCare Website In Just 4 Minutes!



Panetta stated that this online infiltration could cripple the U.S. economy with computerized “worms” and “malware” that can infect computer networks via the Internet or insider sabotage. “It is the kind of capability that can basically take down a power grid, take down a water system, take down a transportation system, take down a financial system,” he said. “We are now in a world in which countries are developing the capability to engage in the kind of attacks that can virtually paralyze a country.”




posted on Jan, 27 2014 @ 04:58 AM
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Sorry this will be a hit and run thread until I get back from very important appointment, but I will respond when I get back.



posted on Jan, 27 2014 @ 05:22 AM
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Naahhh ... too easy to isolate yourself ... or an enemy ... from the Internet. If the threat really did reach a 'state of war' somebody would be VERY sorry. They'd be cutting their own economic throat.



posted on Jan, 27 2014 @ 05:28 AM
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Good post. What I find really interesting is how the spying and insecurity can be connected. It seems to me, the easiest way to make something really secure is to make it so it is physically incapable of anything other the function it was designed for. That makes it unhackable, but also un upgradeable, and unable to be used as a spying device for the government. The minute you change that, you end up with a device that is changeable, that is hackable. If its hackable by the government, its also hackable by criminals. Eventually the cost of trying to design everything so one party can hack it but another can't is just going to be too high for industry, and they'll embrace tech that's just not hackable period for important things.



posted on Jan, 27 2014 @ 07:13 AM
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I see the computer threat as purely part of the bigger threat to our electricity supplies throughout the world. One only needs to loose part of a grid and puff - ops everything is off and will be until its repaired.

I have always hated the way everything is linking to being -on'line' and feel back-up systems are clearly not in place by the way in which occasionally the banking systems wobble and people can't access their money.

I also don't like the way in which we are slowly forced to go on-line with our lives. I know its easier for security agencies and government to spy if every part of one's life is on-line from personal letters to medical records, banking, food shopping and all other things us humans communicate. But I still prefer to keep my privacy and not have some stranger pry into my life. The power gained by free access to our information is a step beyond how I want my government to function.





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