Pentagon is considering nuclear attacks as a response to cyber attacks.
The New York Times reported that the Defense Department's 2018 Nuclear Posture Review, details whether to retaliate against a cyber attack aimed at the United States by way of nuclear strikes against the culprit.
This comes in response to years of cyber hacks and attacks as well as rumors of attacks by North Korea and others.
This is being pushed as a strategy to scare U.S enemies that have the ability to attack the United States through cyber warfare.
The New York states that a cyber attack does not mean there will automatically be a nuclear response.
In extreme conditions of a cyber attack, then this strategy may come into play.
The Social war between the two dictators Kim Jung Un and wanna be dictator, Donald Trump has been heating up lately. Some reports claim that Kim Jung Un has actually said there will be an attack soon. I don't know how true that is but we do know that sh*t is getting serious.
The interesting thing about this is North Korea is not backing down, not even a little bit.
The U.S is so use to bullying other countries and it's odd to see a Nation stand up so firmly against the U.S.
So far it has been all talks and a bunch of test fires but at some point something has to give.
Either we will shoot it out or talk it out.
Not helping things was this taunt by Kim Jung UN aimed towards America.
'A GIFT FOR THE AMERICAN B******S!'
Kim Jong-un taunts Donald Trump after launching ballistic missile capable of reaching the US