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US government: Sony hackers link with North Korean regime
The hackers internal systems from Sony have invaded and internal documents of the film have put online, have a link with the North Korean government. That have “sources” inside the US government announced at least three media.
The information is published almost simultaneously by three major US media, NBC , CNN and the New York Times . It is still unknown whether the US government North Korea publicly as responsible will appoint for this hack.
It is unclear whether the hackers themselves are North Korean, or that the hack was committed by criminals commissioned by the North Korean government. It also seems that the hackers have had help from the inside, and all had access to Sony’s servers before the attack took place in late November.
Meanwhile, Sony has announced the release of The Interview, the film that the hackers allegedly incited the cyber attack, abandoned. The film, a comedy about the plan to murder the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, is no longer in the United States. The film has not yet indicated whether it also applies to cancel Europe: here the film would end must come of January. It would appear the hackers, at least partly, to have gotten their way.Viewing:-169
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