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    U.S. Losing Cyber War, Defense Official, BS

    U.S. Losing Cyber War, Defense Official Says.

    Nonsense, we have not had a Cyber war yet,
    Few battles in Georgia etc. but no war. G

    U.S. computer systems have been targeted by criminal organizations as well as more than 100 foreign spy agencies, said James Miller, principal deputy under secretary of defense for policy.
    "Our systems are probed thousands of times a day and scanned millions of times a day," Miller told a forum sponsored by Ogilvy Washington, a public relations company.


    My response to Thomas P.M. Barnett article :

    Cybersecurity: Be afraid! But how much afraid?

    I also tend to add: even if you, the weaker guy, shut down my nets for a bit and get some surprise attack accomplished, at the end of the day, I will still be there with my superior conventional military force, and I am likely to be able to make clear my unhappiness regarding whatever trick you just pulled.  Fait accompli or no, you will now have me as a more committed enemy, and when I decide to strike back, the cybertricks won't be enough to protect you. Tom is a genius, but I have a different hypothesis.

    "and when I decide to strike back, the cybertricks won't be enough to protect you."
    Maybe, maybe not? 
    The anti-cornfliker cabal hasn't been identify the owner, or even what country they are in, they can't shut down his bot nets, can't find him, they can't stop him or take control of the bot net. "THEY" have been trying to do that to cornfliker for a over a year now, not even Micro Soft can't take them out. G

    But lets look at an Cyber WAR.

    The WWW can be used as a WMD.
    YES I'd like to practice some cyber war.
    Lets play:
    I pull up cornfliker bot net, millions of zombies, and attack all 13 Internet nodes,
    with advanced, force multiplier Dos attacks from my millions of zombies,
    in effect shutting down the WWW , well ok maybe only 85% of it.
    And since US also have a strong cyber force they counter attack, inadvertently taking out more or the residual 15% capacity of the WWW.

    Internet Anthropologist Think Tank: CYBERWARS's Pearl Harbour

    Aug 1, 2007

    But your not worried you have "superior conventional military force" with its secure
    intra nets, but of course the WWW cable plug is DEAD, They can't communicate,
    with their world wide military force" Cell phones out,land lines out,
    Banks down, ATMs dead,of course CB and short wave work.
    And If I can keep the WWW down long enough ,or just knock it back down every
    time USA bring it back up I can watch the world Economies Crash, and the WWW
    is the lubricant for Globalization, so that grinds to a halt.
    But US have a US military force".which is addicted
    to the WWW, attached to an electronic nipple.
    As I watch the core dissolve into a morass of 1950's technology.
    Of course the Gap bumbles alomg un connected to the WWW.
    The Gap is best prepared for a WMD strike on the WWW.
    Now if that isn't a WMD strike I don't know what is.
    "cyber warmongers," or Paul Revere?
    Please discredit me, show me the error in my hypothesis,
    punch it full of holes, PLEASE, I'll sleep better tonight if you
    It gets worse:
    How bad is it?

    Internet Anthropologist
    Tactical Internet Systems analyst.



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