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NK Hands Suspected in Cyberattacks

A top military intelligence agency in Seoul on Thursday indicated the possibility that North Korea’s hacking unit was involved in the recent cyber attacks by hackers into networks of the South Korea government. The allegation of the North’s involvement was brought up a day after the National Intelligence Service (NIS) confirmed the identities of Chinese hackers who were suspected of attacking the computers within 10 government agencies in South Korea. “We don’t rule out the possibility of the North’s connection with the cyber attacks against us,” a source in the Defense Security Command (DSC) told The Korea Times. “But we first have to wait and see until we get an investigation result as South Korea has already asked Interpol to begin probes into this case.” Full Story

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