Thursday, February 23, 2012
Communist Chinese Use Cyberwarfare Attacks To Prepare For A Future High-Tecnology War Against The U.S., Admiral Says
Bill Gertz, the veteran national security reporter, wrote an interesting piece for the Washington Times on how the Communist Chinese are preparing for cyberwar.
Chinese cyberattacks and electronic intrusion into U.S. computer networks in peacetime are part of the preparations for a future high-technology war against the United States, according to the U.S. Pacific Command's new commander.
China's military also plans to disrupt U.S. military and civilian computer networks by attacking satellites in space, as well as ground-based networks, according to Admiral Samuel J. Locklear III, who was confirmed by the Senate last week to be the next commander of the U.S. Pacific Command.
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