warning of attack


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a warning to national policy makers that an enemy intends to launch an attack in the near future

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The warning of attacks - which also threatened military bases and residential compounds in Saudi Arabia - appeared on a web site known for posting messages from militants.
PRESIDENT George Bush said yesterday that a memo to him warning of possible al-Qaeda hijackings was not a warning of attacks on September 11.
A warning of attacks against doctors who perform abortions was issued last week by the FBI and Canadian authorities.
Enterprises, in turn, benefit from AT&T's unique approach to network-based security designed to give them advanced warning of attacks, such as worms and viruses, before they wreak havoc on their businesses.
6 (ANI): The Saudi Arabia embassy here has received threatening e-mails warning of attacks on Saudi installations' in the country.
Mac Thornberry (R-TX) would establish a national cybersecurity response team that could analyze threat information and provide early warning of attacks on the cybersecurity infrastructure.
Supporters of Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr have produced a video warning of attacks on Japanese and Dutch troops stationed in the southern Iraqi city of Samawah, local police officials said Thursday.
Antura's surveillance detection capabilities are unique in their ability to identify stealthy surveillance conducted by sophisticated attackers before they attempt to exploit networks and systems, and to provide critical early warning of attacks.
Terror experts say the film is a twisted "tribute" to the assassins - and a warning of attacks to come in Britain and elsewhere.
Antura's surveillance detection capabilities uniquely identify stealthy surveillance conducted by sophisticated attackers before they attempt to exploit networks and systems, providing critical early warning of attacks.