Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cyberweapon.

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Examples

  • Gen. Cartwright cautioned that the U.S. wouldn't routinely strike at foreign state-sponsored hackers, either with cyberweapons or real-world weapons.

    Cyberwar Plan Has New Focus on Deterrence

  • Many countries—including the U.S., Russia, China, Israel, the U.K., Pakistan, India and North and South Korea—have developed sophisticated cyberweapons that can penetrate and destroy computer networks, experts say.

    France Investigates Attack on Computers

  • Not many people realize that all of our nation ' s air, land and sea forces rely on network technologies that are vulnerable to cyberweapons, including logistics, command and control, fleet positioning and targeting.

    How to Fight and Win the Cyberwar

  • The Pentagon has created a four-star general command called Cyber Command, which is a military organization with thousands of people in it to go to war using these cyberweapons.

    Taylor Marsh: WikiLeaks Blowback in the Era of Zuckerberg

  • CyCom, as it's already known, will "develop cyberweapons for use in responding to attacks from foreign adversaries" under the direction of Lieutenant General Keith B. Alexander, who will add another star to his three in the move from the National Security Agency to his new command.

    Frida Berrigan: Cyberscares About Cyberwars Equal Cybermoney

  • Major countries and nation-states are engaged in a "Cyber Cold War," amassing cyberweapons, conducting espionage, and testing networks in preparation for using the Internet to ... var news_amount = 1;

    Frida Berrigan: Cyberscares About Cyberwars Equal Cybermoney

  • Major countries and nation-states are engaged in a "Cyber Cold War," amassing cyberweapons, conducting espionage, and testing networks in preparation for using the Internet to ... var news_amount = 1;

    Nathan Gardels: Mike McConnell: An American Spymaster on Cyberwar

  • Major countries and nation-states are engaged in a "Cyber Cold War," amassing cyberweapons, conducting espionage, and testing networks in preparation for using the Internet to ... var news_amount = 1;

    Monroe Price: South Ossetia, Georgia and Information Warfare

  • The quirk behind the human tragedy is encapsulated in the statement made by the public prosecutor "As cyberweapons are not under the protection of any law in our country, Zhu the first guy was faultless in this case."

    Byte Murder

  • Activities in that area are highly classified, but officials privately acknowledge that U.S. agencies have developed cyberweapons for offensive use.

    News

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