The Washington Times - September 29, 2008, 09:52AM

Cybersecurity experts say that wars from now on will have some sort of cyber element to them.

That means that some techno-geeks somewhere in the world take control of regular users’ computers and make them disrupt government Web sites — probably with thousands of spam messages telling them they’ve won a lottery in the U.K. and all they have to do is provide their bank account’s PIN to ensure delivery of the money.


I don’t think anyone in the government would fall for that spam scam. At least, I hope not. If they ever did, it might cause a collapse in the financial markets and necessitate a multibillion dollar bailout by the federal government.

Hey, wait a minute!