RE: [iwar] news

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Hmmmm, I wonder if we are going to see something like a spawn of automated
(robot) attackers. I am sure the supposed crudeness of the ME Cyber warfare
would have taught all parties (offenders and defenders) a few tricks, and it
would actually be interesting to see what happens in this place. Our dear
friend Maglan would be able to gather some statistics.

It is an opportunity to answer one question, how steep is the learning curve
in cyber warfare?

I am sure Rob would not miss this opportunity.


-----Original Message-----
From: Fred Cohen []
Sent: Friday, April 20, 2001 7:03 PM
To: Information Warfare Mailing List
Subject: [iwar] news

Crackers Expand Private War As China and the United States attempt to
peacefully end their diplomatic standoff sparked by the mid-air
collision between a U.S.  spy plane and a Chinese fighter jet, crackers
from both countries continue to wage private wars on the Internet.
American cracker group PoizonBOx has defaced at least a hundred Chinese
websites since April 4.  Chinese hackers are now vowing to retaliate
with a planned week-long all-out crack attack on American websites and
networks which will start on May 1.,1283,43134,00.html

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