Internet Chemotherapy

December 15, 2017

12/10 2017 –[ 1 – Internet Chemotherapy Internet Chemotherapy was a 13 month project between Nov 2016 – Dec 2017.   It has been known under names such as ‘BrickerBot’, ‘bad firmware upgrade’, ‘ransomware’, ‘large-scale network failure’ and even ‘unprecedented terrorist actions.’   That last one was a little harsh, Fernandez, but I guess I can’t please

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Visual Timeline Reveals Swarm of Hacks

December 14, 2017

Today (tonight?) I finally began working with TimeGlider , the web-based timeline maker I mentioned in my earlier post, built by Mnemograph. My objective is to (hopefully later today), embed a two layered timeline (the top layer filled with “random” events, the bottom layer filled with attacks and virus outbreaks) that is interactive.  At the

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How the U.S. Has Been Blindingly Scathed by the Chinese Stratagems of InfoWar – Part One

December 14, 2017

The Chinese feel a compelling need to develop a specific Chinese IW theory.  This theory must be in accordance with Chinese culture, the economic and military situation in the country, the perceived threat, and the Chinese military philosophy and terminology. Chinese IW theory is strongly influenced by Chinese military art.  China has quickly integrated IW

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How the U.S. Has Been Blindingly Scathed by the Chinese Stratagems of InfoWar – Part Two

December 14, 2017

Refresher: 1. Stratagems for the Stronger Force 2. Stratagems for Two Equal Forces 3. Stratagems for Direct Attack 4. Stratagems to Confuse the Enemy 5. Stratagems to Gain Ground 6. Stratagems Before the Last Stand Once again I am using example situations of how the Chinese”net force” has been using the 36 stratagems of war

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Is creating a separate Service Branch on par with the Army, Navy and Air Force a bad idea for “Cyber War”?

December 14, 2017

I don’t necessarily think so. Well, let me rephrase that. I think the tactics used (at this time) are to obtain information, and as such – should be continued to be properly termed InfoWar.  As such, the currently existing “armed” services shouldn’t be going around shooting and blowing up bits and bytes. I do believe

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