I’m wondering, has any country developed a department (which would probably be attached to the ministry of defense) which would, in case of war, attack the enemy’s IT infrastructure? Interrupt communications with massive DDOS attacks, bring them to a crawl and thus prohibiting crucial coordination between parts of the enemy government?
More importantly, such an attack would spread complete chaos as the public would be completely in the dark. A war of fear, if you will.
Hey, I’m not suggesting we do it, I’m just asking. Anybody know any country which has “innovated” in such a way?tags: question
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