Thursday, May 17, 2007

Estonia: Ground Zero for World's First Cyber War?

Excellent article by Tomek Rolski on ABC News:

The legacy of World War II continues to haunt Europe and may have just started a new confrontation -- this one befitting the digital age. Computers in the entire nation of Estonia have been virtually shutdown, and the Estonians blame Russia.

Estonia, a country of only a million and a half citizens situated in Europe's far north between Finland and Russia, has undergone nearly three weeks of cyberattack and the country is accusing Russia for being behind it.

More here.


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