What Does the World Economic Forum's Warning About COVID-19-Like Cyber Attack Mean?
WEF is a malicious organization dedicated to the eradication of humanity. Pandemics, wars, and cyber attacks are only some of the things that will try again and again until we stop them.
The World Economic Forum has issued a warning about a cyber-attack with COVID-like characteristics, but what does this mean?
If we follow the logic of the World Economic Forum's COVID-19, a cyber-attack will not be a serious threat, but will be made to appear so. It would be the same type of fearmongering propaganda that would persuade people and businesses not to use the internet or will be in share of malicious programs which would look dangerous but wouldn’t be. According to those who are knowledgeable about the subject, it is nearly impossible to bring down the entire internet. There may be huge disruptions and data loss, so back up everything vital on paper and on a flash drive. However, everything on cloud services should be saved to a flash drive too though, because certain attacks harm PCs as well. Get some cash, food cans, and basic necessities because banks may be harmed as a result of AI's over-involvement, as I warned you about.
It's handy to have a radio and a manual power generator. Purchase books or save them to your hard drive.
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