North Korea to retaliate US Cyber attacks with Nuclear War

    The United States is ready to launch cyber attacks capable of deterring North Korea’s intentions to launch Nuclear tests on this weekend. A senior US intelligence officer reported to NBC news that officials from White House and some senior level military officers are trying to communicate to figure out the level of concern and the existence of military options to dissuade the north first. They are also looking for options in cyberspace to tackle North Korea’s notorious intentions to use nuclear arms.

    And the fact is that the threat of nuclear bombings on the US comes just after one day of the use of American MOAB- Mother of all Bombs- on some suspected caves of Afghanistan housing ISIS militants.

    Early Friday, the North Korean media started to report that the nation’s leader Kim Jong UN is keen to hit the US first with a nuclear weapon should there be any signs of US strikes in cyber as well as military space.

    As per our sources, the United States under the regime of Donald Trump are ready to take on North’s quest for power. The fed has already positioned two destroyers capable of shooting Tomahawk Cruise Missiles positioned at the nuclear test site in North Korea.

    Moreover, the Pentagon has directed US army to position heavy bombers in Guam to attack North Korea should it be necessary.
    NSA in coordination with CIA has also received executive orders from White House to direct some of the cyber security staff working for the military to intercept all military actions carried by Kim Jong UN in Pyongyang. The staff under the leadership of CIA chief is working to cyber attack all the digital assets of North Korea which include critical infrastructure such as power stations and nuclear sites y this weekend.

    Frankly speaking, interfering in the operations of the critical infrastructure of a nation through cyber weapons is not a big thing to achieve for a developed nation such as America.

    So, already a World War 3 situation has taken up its shape and if trump decides to wage a war against North Korea like that of the last week’s Syria war, then nuclear war can soon be witnessed sooner or later.

    But do the leader of nations like America, North Korea, Russia and China know the consequences of such nuclear power driven world wars …?

    Naveen Goud
    Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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