How to help protect the internet from hackers
A major cyber-attack on the internet could lead to mass disruptions, major economic and political upheaval and massive damage to the economy, experts say.
The cyber-threats are being called “the Internet War” and they could potentially “destroy” the internet.
But experts warn that this is only the beginning.
The US government has made it clear that if the attacks are successful, the internet will be destroyed and there will be no way to restore it.
This is a major risk, said Eric Wertheim, a professor of computer science and director of the Center for Cyber and Information Security at Johns Hopkins University.
“We are talking about something that could take down the internet for hundreds of thousands of people, it’s a massive and potentially catastrophic event,” he told the Daily Beast.
“The cyberwar is not just about Russia.
It is about the entire world, it is about everything that we’ve come to value in this modern age.”
There are three different types of attacks, Wertheimer said.
The first type is called an attack on a system, which means that a hacker breaks into the system and gets access to information.
The second type is an attack against a specific target, such as a bank, or a government agency, or some sort of infrastructure.
The third type is a denial-of-service attack, which is essentially a malicious program that shuts down access to the internet or a specific website.
The attack on the DNC was carried out on a network called the “DNC’s Internet” and was carried over three different networks, he said.
This attack was carried by the Russian government, but they were not the only ones.
It was a Russian operation, but it was not directed at the DNC.
So we could see this being used by other countries.
It could be an attack that comes from China, Iran, or Russia, said Wertimore, who also serves as chief technology officer at the Center.
It could be someone who’s working for a foreign government, or it could be a criminal hacker.
We don’t know, and it’s certainly something that we’re not going to be able to predict or predict without knowing the source.
What the government does know is that it has to protect itself, and that’s why they have these systems, he explained.
“I don’t think they have a problem in protecting their own network.
They have these networks.
It’s a matter of whether they want to protect their own systems or not,” Werthem said.
“They’re going to protect these systems against the hackers.”
In a nutshell, the hackers want to control the internet to keep their country strong, but also keep the rest of the world from learning how powerful and powerful they are.
And they want the world to learn about them, too.
Wertheim explained that the attacks have changed in recent years.
Today, the attacks can be carried out in seconds, with a single hacker controlling the network in a matter, according to Wertiheim.
But if that same hacker wants to control millions of computers around the world, or if he wants to do it over a large amount of time, he would need to have access to many more systems.
As of now, the only thing the government can do to stop this attack is to shut down the networks it has, he added.
“It’s hard to stop it, and you have to be very careful not to shut your systems down.
If you’re not in a position to shut the systems down, the attacker can go out and change the password or do whatever he wants,” Wartheim said.
Wernhert Heuer, an associate professor of electrical engineering at Purdue University, said that these attacks are different from the ones we saw earlier in the 20th century, when a virus would attack a network.
“When a virus attacks a network, it has two different effects,” he said in a statement.
“It has a negative impact on the system.
And it has a positive impact on people’s lives.
And when you have a virus, there’s no way of knowing if it’s going to harm or benefit people.
But a virus can change the world.
It can change our world.”
What the cyber-war means for the worldA major cyberattack on a major corporation or the government could have disastrous economic and societal consequences, Wernherter said.
“If the world were to be plunged into the Cyber War, what we see right now is that cyberwar has a different meaning.
It has a very different meaning than it used to have,” he added, saying that cyber-attacks on a government organization could be considered a “state action.””
It has the potential to have major economic consequences, it could lead in to a breakdown of the global economy, and so on.
And this would create a very severe economic, political, and social disruption,” he explained, adding that this would likely lead to the collapse of the economy.”
This could cause economic damage to nations, which could in