The US Navy has developed a new type of ballistic missile to deal with the threat posed by cyber threats.
The Navy has been using the “steel cross” for several years, but its use has never been officially sanctioned by the Pentagon.
Now, according to the Washington Post, the Navy has decided to use it for cyber attacks.
The Navy has not said how long it will take to develop a new weapon, but officials say it could be in the next several years.
The paper reports that the new missile will fire a “strategic strike” cruise missile that would destroy a target from hundreds of miles away.
The missile’s range would allow it to strike anywhere in the US, but would also allow it “to destroy the target from a distance of hundreds of kilometers,” according to a Navy statement.
The “strategical strike” missile could hit anywhere in North America, and could be used to target the military, the paper reported.
The move comes at a time when the US military has been testing new types of cyber weapons.
In September, the Pentagon announced that it was working on a new “Cyber Pearl” weapon, the New York Times reported.
That weapon would use “smart-warfare” technology to take out enemy networks remotely.