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Did The US Take Out North Korea’s Missile? [VIDEO]

If you apply the info below with recent “Failed” Test in North Korea, you will find some striking similarities!

Even if The US Didn’t Do It.. They Can!!!

But “left of launch” approaches may backfire. If a state learns that another state is sabotaging its nuclear program, it might redouble its efforts to implement the program on the basis that the other obviously fears it might succeed. On the other hand, hidden tools that allow one state to subvert another state’s launch systems or otherwise neutralize its second strike capability might increase instability, by weakening the deterrent power of nuclear weapons and increasing uncertainty.

“Left of launch” cyber attacks, like the ones contemplated in the New York Times report, may be particularly risky in tense standoffs. In a new article in the Journal of Cybersecurity we explain why.

It’s hard to know who can do what with cyber weapons.

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