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No, North Korea Didn’t Hack Sony

The FBI and the President may claim that the Hermit Kingdom is to blame for the most high-profile network breach in forever. But almost all signs point in another direction.
So, “The Interview” is to be released after all.
The news that the satirical movie—which revolves around a plot to murder Kim Jong-Un—will have a Christmas Day release as planned, will prompt renewed scrutiny of whether, as the US authorities have officially claimed, the cyber attack on Sony really was the work of an elite group of North Korean government hackers.

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ChrisW2403d ago

Like I said before, it seems more like the work of a simple-minded hacktivist... Or as they're stating, an inside job.

But, still, it's fun to point fingers at NK.

cl19832402d ago

The thing about proxy servers is that anyone can use them from anywhere. So these claims mean nothing.

Gondee2402d ago

Sounds like this guy has a problem with the statement itself. Im sure the security 'experts' working at the FBI are well aware of proxies and that malware can be deployed by anyone. Typical opositionist response, attack the statement not the info (which hasnt been released)