South Korea was Source of Wednesday’s Cyber Attack

Meanwhile, NK state media claims "only a matter of time" before second Korean War
March 22nd, 2013
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SEOUL – The source of a massive cyber attack that caused three South Korean broadcasters and two banks to go offline for most of Wednesday afternoon (KST) was domestic, the Korean Communications Commission (KCC) said today.

The internet watchdog had previously announced that a Chinese IP address was behind the attack, leading many to speculate

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