World War 3 will be a Cyber war
World war 1 and world war 2 are the biggest disaster ever happened by humans. Now its time for World war 3
World war 3 has already started long back. Yes you heard it right.
Its not the physical war between the nations. neither the cold war too.its the cyber war among them,
Q.What is cyber war actually?
Cyberwar has been defined as “actions by a nation-state to penetrate another nation’s computers or networks for the purposes of causing damage or disruption,but other definitions also include non-state actors, such as terrorist groups, companies, political or ideological extremist groups, hacktivists, and transnational criminal organizations
Cyberattacks are exploding. In Jan. 2010, Google, Intel, Adobe and and more than 30 other companies were attacked in a coordinated terrorist campaign. Google said the attacks originated in China, which lead the company to abandon the Chinese market. If Google leaves the world’s largest market, what does that say about the enemy?
if you were following the hacking news you probabaly sensed it.In 2004 Russian Hacker hacked US president barak obama Google mail account.till today Every day the Pentagon is attacked 3 million times.
Every day thousands of hackers come to the field. Hack thousands of websites. and post their content on the sites which they have hacked.
Hackers are finding new new types of hacking techniques and targeting them on the government websites and stealing the information from them.
Mean while Russia, USA, china all begin into action.China is country which USA is recieving More threats.
“Cyberwar” has been thrown around in the wake of the attacks on Sony, which are not necessarily linked to North Korea at all, despite claims from the FBI and suggestions from the administration — which, notably, has failed to provide concrete proof of such arguments. This betrays a fundamental lack of understanding about what cyberwar really is, which is critical to comprehending why the next world war is likely to take place online.
The Pentagon identifies cyberwar as an event involving government actors — either members of the government itself or agents of organizations funded by the government — who use cyberspace to achieve military objectives. That can involve active attacks (manipulating power grids to cut power to vast sections of a country, say), defense (securing nuclear power plants against penetration), or exploitation (taking advantage of vulnerabilities). The Pentagon is actively involved in training U.S. soldiers in the art of cyberwar, developing long-term strategies intended to give the U.S. an advantage on the playing field of the internet.
India, second in size only to China and a technological hotbed itself, remains a wild card, physically surrounded by Europe, the Middle East, China, and Russia. India continues to live in conflict with Pakistan, and with Pakistan both unstable and nuclear-tipped, Indo-Pak, too, is on the precipice.