As per the Scientists, our Planet could be Hacked by Space Aliens
It is 2050 and from an extraterrestrial intelligence Earth has got its first interstellar transmission. The news is met with a blend of excitement and fear, and a universal consortium of researchers, language specialists, and mathematicians work day and night to decode the message. However, just after cracking the code, chaos breaks out, the greater part of the world's networked independent vehicles start to crash, PCs are encoded on a vast scale, the power system is forced offline, and no one can purchase anything using Bitcoin, which mysteriously became the worldwide money.
With every news stories nowadays about PC hacking, it presumably not a shocking news that somebody is stressed about hackers from space. Indeed, there are currently researchers who worry that space aliens may send messages that make their journey into human culture easy -- not to take our passwords, but rather to cut down our way of life as uploaded on seti.org 26/02/ 2018.
Michael Hippke and John Learned, Astrophysicists contend in a latest paper that we may receive hazardous messages send to us through our telescope, a virus switch off our PCs, for instance, or somewhat a little like cosmic blackmail: "Do what we say, or we will make your sun void and demolish Earth." Or may be the cosmic hackers could deceive us into building self-reproducing nanobotsand afterward organize them to be let free to bite up our Earth and its inhabitants.
In another situation, a malicious code sends by aliens that spreads via interned to create havoc, similar to cosmic play notPetya attacks on the previous year. This point is hostile. Seth Shostak, senior space expert of. SETI Institute argued that it is impossible that an alien code could be naturally executed on a PC because of the way incoming signals are prepared at observatories. The paper's author still argues that there is situation in which execution of code will happen after receipt. For instance, if the information in the message was packed to raise transmission rates, for example, it would be difficult to do the decompression steps manually without a PC. They might try to cripple our abacuses.
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