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Two world wars had raged within three decades, costing over 100 million lives, when history’s most destructive weapon was deployed in August 1945.

The horrific prospect of nuclear-fueled, mutually assured destruction has kept superpowers in check since then, and a cyber equivalent may be just what’s needed as global hostilities turn digital.

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