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  1. UK Dropping Fitness Requirements For Cyberwarfare Specialists

    Cyberwarfare is important and taxing, but it's not the sort of thing you generally need to be in the best shape for.

    Like most major players on the world stage, the United Kingdom is stepping up recruiting efforts to bring more skilled computer specialists into its ranks. To that end, the Ministry of Defence has seemingly bowed to reality and decided that military reservists who specialize in cyber warfare won't be required to live up to the same physical fitness requirements as other military personell. 

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  2. NATO Commissioned Report Gives OK To Killing Hackers In Cyber Warfare

    They shoot hackers, don't they? Well, not yet, but give cyber warfare some time to get its feet and that could change. A new report commissioned by NATO finds that applying the rules of conventional war to cyber warfare makes sense, meaning that countries could be in the clear as far as international law is concerned if they strike beck against virtual attacks with real life force.

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  3. Worst. Present. Ever: Christmas Sees New Stuxnet Attack For Iran

    This Christmas, Iran -- whose ruling regime is on any number of naughty lists around the world -- got another dose of the gift that keeps on giving. Like a flareup of digital herpes, the Stuxnet virus apparently reared its ugly head once again, with Iranian media announcing on Christmas day that the virus had been causing trouble for industries including  power plants in the south of the nation over the last few months.

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  4. Air Force Recruiting Nerds for New “Cyberspace Warfare Operations”

    The US Air Force is issuing an open casting call for a few good nerds to boost its capabilities for attack and defense in warfare on the web. That's the sense underlying a surprisingly broad -- and oddly public -- request for concept papers from all comers. Prospective cyber warriors are being encouraged to develop everything from attack strategies and defenses to new sets of best practices for a new and often ill-understood battlefield.

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