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A North Korean cyberattack could have the power to take out America's power grid and plunge the country into darkness.
The Pentagon is rushing to protect the country's power lifeline, amid escalating tensions with Kim Jong-un's regime.
Currently, the Pentagon's technology wing, the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DAFRA), is in the process of developing 'alternative communication networks' in the case of an attack on the grid.