Will hacking become the new warfare?

    Date22 Jun 2001
    CategoryHacks/Cracks
    3306
    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Russia and China appear to be developing computer-based tools with the potential to do long-lasting harm to the U.S. economy, a top intelligence official told Congress on Thursday. Such arms will give future foes new leverage over the United States, including . . . Russia and China appear to be developing computer-based tools with the potential to do long-lasting harm to the U.S. economy, a top intelligence official told Congress on Thursday. Such arms will give future foes new leverage over the United States, including a way to ratchet up pressure and the prospect of anonymity, said Lawrence Gershwin, the CIA's top adviser for science and technology.
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