north korea

  1. Hanno Labuschagne

    This country stole over R6 billion in crypto last year

    This country stole over R6 billion in crypto last year North Korea’s hacker army launched at least seven attacks on cryptocurrency platforms in 2021 that menaced global players and netted the reclusive state almost $400 million (R6.2 billion) worth of digital assets, a report said. The haul...
  2. J

    Samsung vice chairman to visit North Korea

    Samsung vice chairman to visit North Korea Jay Y. Lee, vice chairman of Samsung Electronics Co., will join President Moon Jae-in’s delegation to Pyongyang this week in a further sign of thawing relations between the South Korean government and its biggest company. Lee is among 17 business...
  3. J

    North Korean hackers hijack computers to mine cryptocurrency

    North Korean hackers hijack computers to mine cryptocurrency North Korean hackers are hijacking computers to mine cryptocurrencies as the regime in Pyongyang widens its hunt for cash.
  4. Zoomzoom

    North Korea says Trump's latest comments are 'clearly a declaration of war'

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/north-korea-trump-declaration-of-war-nuclear-kim-jong-un-conflict-ri-yong-ho-latest-a7966416.html
  5. Newsfeed

    North Korea steps up Bitcoin attacks amid sanctions

    North Korea steps up Bitcoin attacks amid sanctions North Korea appears to be stepping up efforts to secure bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, which could be used to avoid trade restrictions including new sanctions approved by the United Nations Security Council.
  6. Kevin Lancaster

    What is a nuclear bomb, and does North Korea have one?

    What is a nuclear bomb, and does North Korea have one? Reports that North Korea has launched a fourth nuclear weapons test – backed by convincing seismic data – have caused widespread alarm.
  7. Kevin Lancaster

    Sloppy hackers leave trail of crumbs

    Sloppy hackers leave trail of crumbs The director of the FBI said Wednesday the agency is confident in its assertion that North Korea was responsible for a hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment
  8. Kevin Lancaster

    North Korea has 6,000-strong cyber army: South

    North Korea has 6,000-strong cyber army: South South Korea says rival North Korea has a 6,000-member cyber army dedicated to disrupting the South’s military and government
  9. Kevin Lancaster

    Sony will show The Interview, Obama gives thumbs up

    Sony will show The Interview, Obama gives thumbs up The White House is praising Sony’s announcement that it will allow several independent cinemas in the United States to show its embattled political comedy The Interview starting Thursday
  10. Kevin Lancaster

    North Korea’s Internet down amid hacking claims

    North Korea’s Internet down amid hacking claims North Korea experienced a complete Internet outage for hours before links were restored on Tuesday
  11. antowan

    Dennis Rodman had a complete meltdown on CNN

    http://ftw.usatoday.com/2014/01/dennis-rodman-had-a-complete-meltdown-on-cnn-tuesday-morning/ Dennis Rodman lashed out at CNN’s Chris Cuomo on Tuesday morning after the CNN host questioned his friendship with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and his exhibition basketball game in the...
  12. jes

    South Korea vs North Korea cyber-battle heats up

    South Korea vs North Korea cyber-battle heats up North Korea is to blame for last month’s cyberattacks on the websites of South Korean media companies and the president and prime minister’s offices
  13. jes

    North Korea Twitter account hacked

    North Korea Twitter account hacked Hackers apparently broke into at least two of North Korea’s government-run online sites Thursday, as tensions rose on the Korean Peninsula.
  14. LazyLion

    North Korea's Remaining Allies

    North Korea has almost completely isolated itself as a result of its confrontational stance. Now even its last allies are increasingly distancing themselves. The following is a summary the communist outpost's remaining friends: - CHINA: The People's Republic is North Korea's most important...
  15. LazyLion

    The Known Unknowns of Kim Jong-Un

    Like his father Kim Jong-Il, North Korea's new young leader Kim Jong-Un is viewed by much of the outside world with a heady mix of incomprehension, ridicule and fear. (In early March, people were shaking their heads in bemusement at photos of Kim partying with flamboyant former NBA star...
  16. LazyLion

    Intercepted comms indicate North Korean planned Missile Launch

    http://edition.cnn.com/2013/04/04/world/asia/koreas-tensions/index.html?hpt=hp_t1 Article Continues at the link....
  17. LazyLion

    Russia Fears Out of Control North Korea Situation

    Russia warned Friday that a flare-up in tensions between North Korea and the United States could spin out of control, urging all sides involved in the standoff to refrain from muscle-flexing. "Unilateral actions are being taken around North Korea which manifest themselves in an escalation of...
  18. LazyLion

    North Korea Cuts Military Hotline with South

    North Korea severed its military hotline with South Korea on Wednesday, breaking the last direct communication link between the two countries at a time of heightened military tensions. The decision coincided with an announcement that the North's top political leadership would meet in the next...
  19. LazyLion

    Obama: China 'Recalculating' on North Korea

    US President Barack Obama said there were signs that China was recalculating his policy towards North Korea out of frustration at leader Kim Jong-Un's nuclear brinkmanship. In an interview with ABC News aired Wednesday, Obama said that the latest alarming threats from Pyongyang following its...
  20. LazyLion

    North Korea Criticises South Korea President's 'Swish of her Skirt'

    North Korea's first public, senior-level mention of South Korea's first female president ended up being a sexist crack. The body that controls Pyongyang's military complained Wednesday about the "venomous swish" of her skirt. But despite that swipe, and a continuing torrent of rhetoric from...
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