Cyberterrorism: Are We Leaving the Keys Out?

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In a post-Sept. 11 world, the security community is being asked to address a growing list of sobering scenarios that range from the newly plausible to the truly frightening.

One of the much-discussed issues is cyberterrorism - the possibility that a motivated cell of political or religious fanatics could hack into vital military, government or commercial computers from remote locations and bring the free world's defense and communications systems to its knees.If you ...

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