No Airstrikes, but Cyber Attacks were Commenced

Sun - June 23, 2019 - 5:11AM

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   Cyber War, we often hear about it, but many do not quite understand what that really means, & that might be a good thing. The internet is a marvelous place, but one can learn how to use tools & abuse programs, knowledge, & harm others. However, countries often have to be able to have good cyber security in order to fend off technological attacks. In this case, President Trump fully understands having the upper hand against Iran in this particular area. The U.S. Cyber Command, a department of the Navy, has launched cyber attacks towards the Iranian spy group software, in order to cripple their missile defenses. However, Iran seems to be enthusiastically jingoistic in this situation, proving they are ready for war. They have had military commanders rallying their troops in case things pop off, but will they? The Associated Press issued this statement: 

"Two officials told The Associated Press that the strikes were conducted with approval from Trump. A third official confirmed the broad outlines of the strike," according to the AP's reporting 

    "This attack was also confirmed to be part of increased cyber attacks on Iran" according to Homeland Security 

The Malcolm Turnbull-Donald Trump phone call transcript ...

   This is possibly being done in retaliation to an Iranian cyber-strike against the U.S. The pentagon has not issued a statement confirming or denying the cyber attacks. Iran has threatened to shoot over 100,000 missiles at Israel & Saudi Arabia - almost for sure this would suck Russia & China into the mix, possibly cooking off World War 3. Things are heating up; where will this lead to?

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