Summary: Allegedly, US Drone control computers are infected with a persistent piece of malware (a virus) that is logging pilots keystrokes as they fly their missions. So far the Air Force appears to be playing it as "no big deal" but we can imagine some of the consequences of it not being so benign. “We … Continue reading Cyberwar: When the Drones Come To Roost
Summary: We begin our assessment of Stuxnet's impact on the field of cyberwar. As a case-study of what appears to be a highly effective state-sponsored attack, Stuxnet has pushed the reality of cyberwar to center stage. This is the fourth in a series about cyberwar by FM co-author Marcus J. Ranum. Article deleted at author's request. … Continue reading Cyberwar: About Stuxnet, the next generation of warfare?