South Korea Was Hacked from China?..Added: Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013
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The investigators of the tremendous hack which crippled the South Korean banking system have traced it back to… Chinese servers! However, even despite Chinese IP addresses being used in the hack, North Korea still remains the prime suspect.
As you know, IP addresses can be manipulated and the chances are that the intruders could just be hiding behind the Chinese servers. Previously, South Korea has accused its northern neighbour of starting massive cyber attacks, and the industry observers believe that North Korea is the one behind the latest attack, which disabled almost 32,000 machines used by three banks and three media outlets. The country’s authorities think this attack originated from a single organization.
In the meantime, the hack came amid high tensions in the Korean peninsula, thus representing an escalation of North Korean rhetoric. Recently, North Korea carried out its 3rd nuclear test, while making multiple threats against South Korea and US interests in the area. Last week, North Korea claimed it would attack American bases in Okinawa and Guam if provoked. Apparently, it doesn’t take much to provoke the country, so the United States should better watch its step in the region.
In addition, North Korea was eager to tell the world that the country now has its own drones through the state news agency, which claimed that its glorious armed forces carried out a mock drone attack on the South. According to the report, the drones went on to complete the mission and deliver a super-precision attack on enemy targets. At the same time, a missile defence unit shot down a target which mimicked a Tomahawk cruise missile. Of course, these reports can’t be independently confirmed, but US analysts can still find them quite amusing.
April 3rd,2013Posted by:
Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013
|s`all gaughs and liggles till a payload of stolen fissionable material from a US reactor in Korea gets fired at another nation,they estimate enough fissionable material for 100 megaton nukes to be made and the Japanese have already had more than a few objections including the practice test launch in Japanese airspace of one.|
|posted by (2013-04-06 04:30:59)|
|who is going to profit from this war?|
|posted by (2013-04-06 17:01:31)|
|This war will be about a child in power over a country that has needed a spanking for a long time. in the end, I believe Japan will profit most because of the last korean war. we purchased so many things from them do to their location, and as a result many company were developed and many koreans fled to japan. japan's economy flurished with the America's estimated 3 billion dollar spending spree during the korean war.|
|posted by (2013-04-07 20:25:51)|
|China needed to pirate some codes to make their own OS. lol|
|stop feeding them, and the people will revolt.... eventually||
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