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PLUM ISLAND, N.Y. — Three inflated air dancers flapped incongruously over a deserted laboratory. The bright tube puppets would have fit right in at a used car dealership, but on this closely guarded, government-owned island, they stood out like fireworks in the driving rain as the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency ran a cybersecurity exercise called "Liberty Eclipse" last week.

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