Information related to cyber activities relating to the DPRK
Attempt to attack DPRK web presence led to outages on independent blogs, South Korean gvt sites
Cyber security expert, S.Korean police warn to stay alert of possible security breach
Debate centers on whether PUST serves helpful role even if grads are recruited to hack
Personal computers connected to Assembly members compromised, hacking attempts elsewhere failed
Word processing program used by South Korean government probably hacked by DPRK - cyber security firm
Hacker replaced the homepage of the sites with images, front cover of UN human rights report
Seizing on recent disclosures, Uriminzokkiri claims NIS behind hack attacks in both Koreas
Debate over NIS's true hacking program target rages on in political circles, online
Threats could differ from standard rhetoric, given recent high profile hacks
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