Reports surfaced from Reuters last week that an old cyber menace,
the agent.btz work, is still bedeviling Defense Department networks.
The worm, which first appeared in 2008, is resilient, and it appears
to create open doors on machines for surreptitious downloading of
other types of malware, such as keyloggers. Couple the worm attack
with other recent cyber attacks and you can begin to see why the
international cybersecurity strategy starts to approach the idea
of the need for cyber offensive military capability, and the
willingness to use it. Read on to learn more.
-> Read More