Decoys suggested for Pentagon network

Tuesday, 5 July 2005, 2:30 AM EST

Two of the Pentagon's leading technologists propose defending the military's Global Information Grid by using decoy networks and "honey pots" to fool hackers.

The goal is to lure intruders into these areas and away from operational networks.

By Dawn S. Onley at The Washington Post.

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