Thursday, December 04, 2014

North Korea unlikely to be behind Sony Pictures attacks | Computerworld

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"It was also theorized that North Korea was angry about a forthcoming movie in the U.S., The Interview," a comedy in which two show business reporters travel to North Korea to interview leader Kim Jong Un.

But the Sony attacks have been a more public affair, with taunting images displayed on hacked PCs, sensitive company documents posted online and gigabytes of leaked documents sent to journalists.

They are not tactics normally associated with state-sponsored attacks, said Lucas Zaichkowsky, an enterprise defense architect with Resolution1 Security."
North Korea unlikely to be behind Sony Pictures attacks | Computerworld
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