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South Korea May Want US to Redeploy Tactical Nuclear Weapons

South Korea May Want US to Redeploy Tactical Nuclear Weapons Song Young-moo spoke to Secretary of Defense Mattis on the worsening situation between North and South Korea.” Even 100 kilotons is significantly more powerful than the weapons North Korea has detonated to-date.

SpaceX Prepares to Launch Air Force's Secretive X-37B Space Plane

SpaceX Prepares to Launch Air Force's Secretive X-37B Space Plane The US Air Force’s mysterious X-37B space plane is set to go off on another secret mission in space, but its trip into space will come courtesy of a new partner: SpaceX.The launch is currently scheduled for September 7th at Cape Canaveral, just days ahead of the potential landfall of Hurricane Irma.

The Cuban Sonic Weapon Story Keeps Getting Stranger

The Cuban Sonic Weapon Story Keeps Getting Stranger There are now at least 21 US victims and a few from Canada.Yet others heard nothing, felt nothing.

Stanislav Petrov, Man Who Saved World From Nuclear Annihilation, Has Died

Stanislav Petrov, Man Who Saved World From Nuclear Annihilation, Has Died There aren’t many people who could claim to have saved the world and not be accused of gross exaggeration.We now know key figures in the USSR were convinced these operations were part of a secret nuclear attack the US was preparing to launch.

US Navy to Use Xbox 360 Controllers for Submarine Periscopes

US Navy to Use Xbox 360 Controllers for Submarine Periscopes Each one of the US Navy’s Virginia-class submarines costs about $2.According to Lockheed-Martin, the US government is in the process of outfitting Virginia-class submarines with Xbox 360 controllers to control the periscope.

HP Enterprise Shared Pentagon's Cyberdefense Source Code With Russia

HP Enterprise Shared Pentagon's Cyberdefense Source Code With Russia HP Enterprise shared at least some of the source code used in the Pentagon’s cybersecurity defense systems with Russian defense agencies, Reuters reports, in a bid to win their business.Either Markov is required to notify the Russian government of any flaws they find, whether the company agrees to this or not, or Echelon isn’t required to disclose potential bugs to the Russian government.

Israel Caught Russian Hackers Using Kaspersky Software to Spy on the US

Israel Caught Russian Hackers Using Kaspersky Software to Spy on the US Over the last few years, there have been persistent concerns about Kaspersky Lab and its relationship with the Russian government.Earlier this summer, the Trump Administration announced Kaspersky’s various antivirus and security programs would no longer be allowed on any US government systems.