Mobile Phones Could Be Next Cyber Attack Target

Other IP addresses behind last Wednesday's attack traced to Europe, U.S., South Korean police say
March 25th, 2013
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SEOUL – South Korean mobile phone users could be the next target of a North Korean cyber attack, a former North Korean computer science professor told Seoul-based website Daily NK.

“I was told personally that the North Korean hackers active in China plan to ‘attack South Korean mobile users’ next [...] in truth we are

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