Anonymous groups attack North, South Korean websites

'Anonymous' possibly behind attacks on both North and South Korean websites on war anniversary
June 25th, 2013
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SEOUL – Exactly 63 years after the outbreak of the Korean War, South Korean hackers working under the ‘Anonymous’ collective appear to have staged a modern-day reconstruction of events by first hacking South Korean websites, then ‘counter-attacking’ North Korean websites.

People claiming to be ‘Anonymous’––which has no hierarchical structure and leans towards anarchy––defaced the South

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James Pearson (@pearswick) was the NK News Seoul Correspondent.

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