This article originally appeared on Business Insider.
The US military has just announced a “critical incident” notification system for its software.
In a news release, the military said the system will let commanders know of an “unprecedented threat” to its “essential systems and functions.”
The announcement comes just days after the Pentagon was hit by a cyberattack, which has since been traced back to Russia.
What exactly will the system do?
The military says it will alert commanders to the possibility of a cyber-attack, but it doesn’t say what it will be used for.
“We need to be ready for an imminent threat,” said Brig. Gen. Kevin Gorman, the director of the military’s Cyber Command.
Gorman added that the system’s “system-level notification will be consistent with other notifications that have been issued.”
What does the military do when an EMP goes off?
The Pentagon has previously stated that it can take as long as 30 minutes for the system to alert commanders.
It also says that the military doesn’t have to notify anyone immediately because it doesn�t want to cause panic.
However, the system does require a “response” from the US military, which the Pentagon says is “necessary for us to recover from this crisis.”
Can I keep using the software?
You can, if you can get ahold of it.
You’ll need to have the software in order to do anything, including run your favorite app, listen to podcasts, listen on the radio, and download games.
But it should be noted that the software is only available through an online application that the Pentagon uses.
This is a bit like the NSA shutting down the Internet.
I can still play it, but I can’t run my favorite apps.
Is there any way to get rid of the software without buying it?
The answer to that is, yes, you can, but the process is a little complicated.
So you could always just download an older version of the application, but that’s not really the solution.
We’ll have more on the EMP crisis as we get closer to the game.