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North Korea demands share research on Sony hack – update
North Korea wants the intrusion on the Sony servers consider jointly with the United States. The Stalinist country warns of ‘serious consequences’ if no hearing is given to the request and adopt the US measures against North Korea.
The state news agency KCNA late Saturday in a statement that know . North Korea denies having anything to do with the recent hack on Sony’s servers, which include corporate and unreleased films were captured. The country is expected to be able to prove this and will therefore work with the United States in investigating the hack.
On Friday showed the FBI North Korea as the perpetrator of the Sony hack, something that had long been suspected. US President Barack Obama said he will respond appropriately, but left in the middle which this reaction will be exact. In response, North Korea warned of “serious consequences” if the US decides to take action instead of working together.
It is suspected that Sony has been hacked because of the intention to make a film in which a murder plot is contrived on the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Hackers called Guardians Of Peace vomiting by Sony and steel business, including personal data of employees, emails and pay stubs. Also, several still unreleased movies are captured .
The hack and the continuing threat of hackers Sony decided the film, entitled The Interview, not cast. Perhaps the company is still on back there, partly by urging Obama, who stated in response to the decision to remove the film that Sony should not succumb to intimidation.
Update 22:29 pm: The US has responded by saying that North Korea can help by admitting that they are guilty of the hack. Reuters reports according to a spokesman for the US authorities continue to believe that the Koreans are guilty.Viewing:-208
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