No. Terrorists crave one thing above all else — fear. Hackers & virus writers have never demonstrated the fear they need to accomplish terrorism’s goals. No legitimate terror group will bother to launch a cyber-terror attack until it can exploit real fear. Until then, we’ll only read stories about laughingstock cyber-terrorists in East Timor and laughingstock cyber-terrorists in Britain and…
- FAQ: How often does virus hysteria occur?
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- FAQ: Why do we constantly update antivirus products, yet only occasionally update anti-hacking products?
- FAQ: Will ‘cyber-terrorism’ occur in the near future?