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There are at least two ways to attack, weaken, and destroy any enemy or opposing force. It can be done from either an external or an internal position. A building may be exploded using a missile or some source of attack to its external structure, which causes a weakening to the entire building, or the building might be imploded by a destructive source within.
Last week began with the extradition denial of super-hacker Gary McKinnon from the U.K. to the United States. It ended with strong warning from Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, speaking at the Business Executives for National Security conference. In his address, Secretary Panetta warned of a cyber attack on the horizon that could rival Pearl Harbor or the 9-11 Attacks.