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Friday, 01 February 2008 11:13

Cyber Storm wargame hacked

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Cheating skews results
 


An
exercise designed to test the U.S. ability to weather a cyber storm has been thwarted by one of the players hacking the computer.

The player was one of the government and corporate players who were involved in the exercise. According to Associated Press, the $3 million war game simulated what the U.S. describes as plausible attacks against the technology industry, transportation lines and energy utilities by anti-globalization hackers.

It had a mixed result, but then again, no one factored in cheating.

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