Could the unthinkable happen? The answer is yes. For years the major fear was a “nuclear Pearl Harbor,” but that concern was mitigated by the guarantee of an equally potent counterattack against the perpetrator. In the case of a large cyber attack on the United States, it might be difficult or impossible to identify who was responsible for it, as shown plainly enough by the anonymous success of the now famous Stuxnet virus.
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