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Several organisations, including the defence company Lockheed Martin, are working on prototypes of the "virtual firing range".

The system will allow researchers to simulate attacks by foreign powers and from hackers based inside the US.

More than $500m (£309m) has been allocated by the Department of Defense to develop "cyber technologies".

The National Cyber Range project is being overseen by the Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (Darpa), which was also involved in early network research that led to the internet.

When ready, it will function as a test-bed for defensive and possibly offensive technologies such as network protection systems.

Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-13807815
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Interesting...
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This is pretty cool. Although i can't get my head around how this works.
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Seems like a waste of money if you ask me
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Originally Posted by Setzer;13949408 
Seems like a waste of money if you ask me
Dude..thats the US, there is no suck a thing.. lol
    
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Got money will spend.
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Originally Posted by Shichibukai;13949481 
Got Owe money will spend.

Fixed that for ya! biggrin.gif
    
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It's scale model of the internet. I'd assume that it uses a server infrastructure similar to the internet, but just on a smaller scale.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by wh-ATI;13949673 
Fixed that for ya! biggrin.gif

lol qft
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Wow this is pretty interesting, thanks for sharing.
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