US military successfully use the network and electronic warfare technology to defeat the simulated tank attack – Penetration Testing

According to International Financial Daily, June 8 news, recently conducted training at Fort Irvine Army National Training Center in California, the US military successfully using cyber weapons and electronic warfare (EW) simulation technology to thwart tank attack. In addition to using the network weapons specifically for tanker radio and wireless communication systems, this training also includes penetration into the private network, or contributes to the invasion of specific areas or the control of the population.

Now the US military has successfully used specific network tools to interfere with tank communication signals and invade the network to control communications, providing false information. At present, the US Army Rapid Capability Office (RCO) and the US Network Command are developing some new portable electronic warfare and network protection kits that can be installed in vehicles or carried by soldiers. According to RCO, these tools have the ability to identify and analyze electromagnetic signals, as well as more aggressive offensive warfarecapabilities than existing signal jammers . It is reported that the toolkit will also be in the United States in Europe forces test test.

Owenburg (US famous national training center) and Europe will continue to test and train network offensive and defensive weapons, the Army RCO operations director said that if the US military can not win the victory of the network war, then the next strategy is nothing important, because they It will not be possible.

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