How to hack into North Korean state media

Meet the New Zealand bedroom programmer squeezing North Korean state media for more juice
July 15th, 2013

Publishing in multiple languages and on two separate websites, North Korea’s state media service the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) has recently been increasing its output to as many as 80 articles per day – in Korean, Chinese and English.

The site is regularly hacked by groups such as Anonymous who regularly slow down––but rarely

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Chad O'Carroll

Chad O'Carroll founded NK News in 2010. He is based in Washington, D.C.

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