CAMBRIDGE – Inventors of a revolutionary new gadget are certain that it will be weaponized or used for some sort of military end at some point.
The Code Displacement Diodatic Geegawometer (CoDiDioG) from Handahofi Industries performs functions that are difficult for the layman to understand, but insiders acknowledge that it’s got excellent potential for cyber warfare applications or perhaps enhanced decryption.
“We’re not quite sure what all it does,” said Handahofi co-developer Mundik Corb. “But rest assured the armed forces will put it to use. We just make the stuff, we don’t figure out practical applications for it.”
A representative of the U.S. Department of Defense offered no comment on the gadget, but sources say they are “looking into it.”