The Tribune Spectrum
Sunday, July 23, 2000




AND NOW CYBER ROGUESInformation warfare is seen by most as a war fought over computer networks where legions of hackers are looking for chinks in the enemyís computer system and trying to bombard them with hordes of viruses, worms, logic bombs and Trojan horses. Information warfare is also perceived as psychological manipulation through the media, writes Prashant Bakshi.

 

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Love story of foreign saboteurs
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Mental map of a master reader
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Presidentís precarious position
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A legend and a lament
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Anger: fight it with patience
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An English journal named Hindi
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