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+ - How the code war has replaced the cold war->

An anonymous reader writes: After years on the defensive, governments are building their own offensive capabilities to deliver digital attacks against their enemies. It's all part of a secret arms race, where countries spend billions of dollars to create new armies and stockpiles of digital weapons and zero day flaws. But is this making us any safer or actually putting us and the internet at risk? Is the web going to be the first victim of cyberwar?
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