It only took an hour for Defense Department hackers to gain access to a weapons system, and just a day to gain full control over it, according to a new Government Accountability Office report warning the Pentagon that it's "just beginning to grapple with the scale of vulnerabilities" in its arsenal.

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U.S. Navy/MC1 Samuel Souvannason

Russia has become so good at information warfare that American and allied military leaders are (rightfully) starting to freak out about it.

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The Chinese military surreptitiously inserted tiny microchips no larger than single grains of rice into servers on local assembly lines in order to gain access to data networks run by U.S. government agencies ranging from the Department of Defense to the Central Intelligence Agency, according to an explosive investigation from Bloomberg.

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