What if an organized group of hackers would hack into nuclear command control centers, and provoke a nuclear exchange?
Former commander of U.S. nuclear forces says that it's a very big threat:
What does /g/ think?
I'm honestly surprised it hasn't happened yet
These systems aren't connected to outside networks, like the internet.
Most of this is still running on 1960's technology.
>claim you could reach nukes and it's a "high risk"
>spread this "top secret information" through media channels
>wait for idiots trying to get in
>either recruit them or identify them as targets
>now you actually produced something dangerous to the world
>idiots get in
>planet is kill
mission critical systems are airgapped and not connected to the internet.
there are a ton of security measures which cannot be disabled.
even in shit tier third world countries, they are very safe.
>What if an organized group of hackers would hack into nuclear command control centers, and provoke a nuclear exchange?
That happened in Iran once, it was a hacker group related to NSA but they just tried to fuck up their power plants, I'm sure if they wanted they could try to cause an explosion near some weapon storage or the likes.