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From: Security Guy (securitysligoinc.com)
Date: Mon Jun 25 2007 - 08:46:34 CDT
On 6/25/07, Halvar Flake <halvargmx.de> wrote:
> I'd safely assume that any war with the US would be a short-lived affair:
Not to turn this in to (too) political a discussion, but that highly
depends on your definition of victory. Then again, an attempted
conventional invasion of the US would be comically short (I'm
imagining thousands of little boats from N. Korea here)
> In essence, no conventional war against the US can be a long-lived affair
> really, as
> long as the US is not forced into an occupying role that negates a good bit
> of their
> technological advantage.
There will be few, if any purely conventional wars in the future.
The US does have a huge amount of money to spend on cyber defense, but
are we sure it's being spent wisely?
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