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Re: Materials regarding Cyber-war
From: bk <chort0 () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2011 19:28:51 -0700
On Mar 23, 2011, at 12:22 PM, imipak wrote:
On 14 March 2011 17:24, bk <chort0 () gmail com> wrote:
On Mar 14, 2011, at 10:04 AM, imipak wrote:
On 14/03/11 16:51, bk wrote:
The point you missed is that almost all the examples we've seen so far have
been closer to espionage than to actual warfare.
Despite that, I agree. Espionage != War. People hyping "cyberwar" are either trying
to increase their sales, budget, or jurisdiction.
"Report: Iran's paramilitary launches cyber attack"
Yes, let's put a lot of stock in propaganda that amounts to "we're in ur hostin providerz, defacin ur websitez."
This is from the same regime that photoshopped in extra missiles to make their capabilities look stronger.
Spying on your own citizens is considered "cyberwar" now? That's *if* (and it's a big if), we actually believe it was
an attack sponsored by the Iranian state.
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Re: Materials regarding Cyber-war imipak (Mar 14)
Re: Materials regarding Cyber-war bk (Mar 24)
- Re: Materials regarding Cyber-war, (continued)