Definitions

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  • n. cyberwarfare

Etymologies

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e- +‎ warfare

Examples

  • The official news agency, SANA, on Sunday reported that seven members of the security forces had been killed in attacks, including a brigadier general in charge of "e-warfare" who was assassinated in the town of Rankous, outside Damascus.

    Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis

  • In 1999 he formed UK Digital Solutions Ltd to pursue the commercial research and development of computer-related technologies, such as internet security-critical systems, decentralised business process systems and e-warfare.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • And it's got a little something in it for everyone: New armored vehicles for the Army, F-35 fighter jets for the Air Force, a brand-spanking-new ballistic missile sub for the Navy, and enough hi-tech drones, robots, e-warfare gadgets, and cybersecurity toys to fill Santa's bad to bursting (if Santa existed, that is).

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