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The military has long used computers to help troops keep track of troop movements and to monitor equipment, and military officials say they’re now using computers to conduct cyber warfare.
But some military computer scientists say the military’s use of computers is now becoming a more sinister tactic, and they’re worried about a growing number of cyber attacks.
For instance, the Navy’s command and control system used a system called “Holographic Command and Control” to track ships.
A computer on board the ship tracked where ships were, what ships were doing, who was onboard, when the ship was at sea, and even the direction it was heading.
The Navy didn’t tell the Defense Department that it was tracking the ships, but the military has acknowledged that the data is now public information.
The Pentagon says it is working with the Department of Defense to develop better cyber defenses.
But cyber attacks on the military have become increasingly sophisticated.
The Department of Homeland Security has developed software that can remotely hack military computers.
And computer scientists are concerned that the Pentagon is increasingly relying on the data it’s collecting from military computers to find vulnerabilities in its networks.
The military has also developed its own version of the NSA’s Top Secret Compartmented Information (TEC) program.
The program collects information from private companies to help it better understand cyber threats, and the Pentagon says the programs are used for cyber defense, not intelligence gathering.
But the programs do not necessarily help the military gain an edge in cyberspace.
“The program was designed for the purposes of detecting and deterring hostile foreign powers,” according to a statement from the Defense Cybersecurity Center, an independent nonprofit organization.
“It is not intended to provide the military with the capability to penetrate and seize control of critical computer systems, and it is not designed to be used in cyber warfare.”
In a report last year, the Pentagon warned that the military could use the programs “to identify, disrupt, and degrade the ability of adversaries to gain access to the nation’s critical infrastructure.”
The Pentagon said it was not aware of any cases where the program was used in the past to target the military.
The Military Times recently published a series of reports on the use of the military-funded programs.
In a July report, researchers at the National Security Agency warned that military computers could be used to track the locations of soldiers.
The paper noted that the NSA program was specifically targeted at the United States.
The NSA also warns that the program’s ability to track people’s whereabouts could be abused.
“We believe that the use or misuse of these programs to track individuals or locations is potentially a significant threat to the United Kingdom and to the rest of the world,” the agency wrote.
The documents, which the paper said were provided by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, also warn that using the military program could make it easier for foreign governments to target individuals, including those in the U.S. or other countries.
“If you use a computer that can be used for espionage, and you use it for this purpose, it will give them access to your information,” the NSA warns.
“They can read your emails, they can listen to your phone calls, they are able to hack into your computers, they have access to all of your data.”