Some users of online dating websites have reported making contact with others claiming to be British Army soldiers on operations around the world, in particular, Afghanistan.
This exercise, which is held annually at West Point, is part of an increased focus in military academies to train experts against attacks in the future.
After all, cyberwarfare is an increasing concern on and off the battlefield, and the US has already gotten a glimpse of what attacks could look like in the future.
Indonesia's Women's Empowerment and Child Protection Ministry said it was up to individuals if they wanted to use the app because polygamy is legal as long as it can be done in a fair manner.
“For us what is important is whether the women and children are protected in polygamous marriages,” the ministry's spokesman Hasan, who uses one name, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
The former is a long-established scam (known as "advance-fee fraud") while the latter is a new, but outright, con.
British forces personnel on Operations do not have to pay to go on leave, or to pay for flights, or replacement personnel.
They don't see options for finding second, third or fourth wives,” he said.
Enter “Ayo Poligami” - a new smartphone app developed by Pranayama, which aims to “bring together male users with women who are willing to make 'big families'.” Loosely translated as “Let's do polygamy”, the Tinder-style dating app has already stirred up controversy since its April launch in Indonesia, where over 80 percent of the 250 million population are Muslim and polygamy is legal.
The majority of the app users were men, but there were also about 4,000 women who have registered, the app developer said.
Lawyer Rachmat Dwi Putranto, who deals with marriage matters, said polygamy is “not that easily achieved” as Indonesian courts will only give permission if the first wife is disabled, ill or cannot bear children.
It looked like a normal office, like the one I'm sitting in as I write this.