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North Korea stole BILLIONS in crypto to fund weapon programs
North Korea is reportedly funding its nuclear weapons program with $2 billion stolen in crypto and fiat currencies.
North Korea hijacking cryptocurrency industry workers
North Korea is so smart it landed a man on the Sun, and is now hacking crypto experts' Bitcoin stashes.
Elon Musk says AI is more dangerous than North Korea
Musk decided to raise awareness again by tweeting that AI is a bigger risk than North Korea.
There are only 28 websites available in North Korea
North Korea may have landed on the sun, but they only have 28 websites.
North Korea bans access to Facebook, YouTube and porn sites
Viewing major social media websites like Twitter or Facebook is now a punishable offense in North Korea.
North Korean Satellite tumbling out of control, not even functional
North Korea continues to play around in space.
North Korea's latest invention: Hangover free alcohol
They've beaten AIDS, Ebola and SARS and now they've taken on hangovers. What can't you do, North Korea?
North Korea claims to have succesfully detonated hydrogen bomb
Kim Jong Un might now have a new bargaining chip against crippling sanctions.
North Korea's version of Linux watermarks files on USB sticks and more
North Korea's own Linux distribution, Red Star OS, is just as closed off as the country itself.
Egyptian telecom investment in North Korea becomes a disaster
An Egyptian telecommunications company has lost access to it's North Korean branch.
The top four things North Korea has achieved in the past 18 months
What are the four best things that Kim Jong-Un and his North Korean crew have completed in the last 18 months? It's an amazing list.
North Korea blacklists Instagram, denying access to residents
North Korean government blocks access to Instagram.
North Korea has found the cure for AIDS, Ebola and SARS with one drug
Kim Jong-Un and North Korea are at it again!
North Korea threatens to 'wage a cyber war' against United States
North Korea wants cyberwar against the United States?
South Korea constantly battling North Korea in growing cyber war
South Korea must endure continued cyberattacks by North Korea, as attacks grow.
Activists launching balloons carrying 'The Interview' into North Korea
A defector from North Korea has launched more copies of The Interview into North Korea.
NSA says North Korea definitely to blame for Sony attack
News around the Sony attack has simmered after other high-profile cybercriminal activity, but the NSA still feels North Korea is to blame.
Closer look at North Korea's cyber army tasked with cyberespionage
Cyberespionage is a major threat, and North Korea has quietly built a digital army tasked with attacking the United States, South Korea, and other targets.
US reportedly penetrated North Korean computer networks in 2010
The United States reportedly breached North Korean computer networks in 2010.
North Korea's hackers seek theft, retribution against targets
The North Korean government is led by an erratic, volatile leader - and its cyberespionage efforts tend to follow the same path, experts note.
North Koreans angry 'Interview' portrays them "as a bunch of idiots"
North Korean citizens weigh in on smuggled copies of the new release film.
South Korea says North Korea is advancing its cyber army
The North Korean Bureau 121 continues to expand its workforce, and now has a reported 6,000 members.
North Korean Red Star OS not the most secure choice in the world
The Red Star operating system used in North Korea has glaring security holes that western cyber experts could exploit.
North Korea lashes out against United States following new sanctions
The North Korean government not surprisingly isn't happy that the United States has issued new sanctions, in retaliation for SPE hack.
'The Interview' is no laughing matter for North Korean defectors
Western movie viewers might be amused by "The Interview," but it's a serious matter for defectors from the reclusive North Korean regime.
A glimpse at North Korea's Red Star 3 desktop operating system
Little is known about technology usage in North Korea, but the Red Star 3 OS seems to closely resemble Apple's Mac OS X.
It's possible hackers still have access and control to SPE computers
It's possible the Guardians of Peace, the group that claimed responsibility for dropping Sony Pictures, still has access to SPE computers.
Following data breach, US government hits North Korea with sanctions
Following North Korea's suspected role in targeting Sony Pictures, the US government has issued new sanctions against the North Korean government.
FBI still blames North Korea behind crippling attack of Sony Pictures
Some cybersecurity experts might blame insider threat attacks against Sony Pictures, but the FBI continues to accuse North Korea.
Experts: Insider attack may have played major role in Sony breach
North Korea denied hacking Sony Pictures, and cybersecurity experts believe insider threat posed huge risk to Sony Pictures.
'The Interview' has made Sony over $15 million online
Sony has made over $15 million through online distribution of 'The Interview' while it has only earned $3 million through theaters.
Demand for 'The Interview' reportedly increasing in North Korea
Apparently, there are a surprising number of people in North Korea interested in viewing 'The Interview,' much to the disgust of the government.
North Korea describes Pres. Obama as 'a monkey' in latest tirade
In its latest public statement, North Korean government describes Pres. Obama as "a monkey" in racial tirade.
North Korean Internet infrastructure suffers another outage
The North Korean Internet infrastructure, which apparently only has a handful of IP addresses, has gone down yet again.
Report: North Korea's Bureau 121 scarier than previously thought
North Korea's secretive Bureau 121 is scarier than originally perceived by western cybersecurity experts - and the threat is only growing.
Apple "not interested" in releasing The Interview on iTunes for XMAS
The Interview will not be hitting iTunes for Christmas, as Apple is reportedly 'not interested' in doing so.
Sony Pictures releases 'The Interview' on streaming services
Sony Pictures releases "The Interview" on digital streaming services today, and 300 theaters will show the film Thursday.
Sony Pictures announces 'The Interview' will have limited release
Sony Pictures today confirmed it will release "The Interview" in a limited number of theaters.
North Korea internet consists of only 1,024 IP addresses
The scale of the recent Internet failures in North Korea? Every single one of their 1,024 IP addresses. Yes, you read that right.
Report: South Korea nuclear facilities targeted in cyberattack
South Korea nuclear plants targeted by cyberattacks, with "non-critical" data stolen.
Mike Myers teases North Korea on SNL playing Dr Evil
Dr Evil makes a return, with Mike Myers making fun of North Korea on Saturday Night Live.
BitTorrent more than happy to carry 'The Interview' for Sony Pictures
If Sony Pictures doesn't know what to do with "The Interview," BitTorrent would be more than happy to carry the film for the studio.
North Korea not surprisingly shielding citizens from 'The Interview'
North Koreans likely have no idea Sony Pictures has been humiliated over a movie.
North Korea offers joint investigation with the US over Sony hack
North Korea has proposed a joint investigation over the hack against Sony Pictures.
Cybersecurity expert warns against retaliating against North Korea
Cybersecurity specialist says best course of action to retaliate against North Korea: don't do anything.
Sony's cyberattack likely to become most expensive for a U.S. company
The devastating cyberattack that hit Sony will likely end up being the costliest suffered by a U.S. company, as lost dollars continue to pile up.
Will the US government provide proof that North Korea hacked Sony?
The Obama administration is blaming North Korea for the Sony Pictures Entertainment hack, but will they provide proof?
Obama administration could 'respond' to North Korea hacking Sony
The Obama administration is considering a 'proportional response' to the hacks against Sony from North Korea.
Paramount bans 'Team America: World Police' matinee showings
Criticism of North Korea now taken very seriously.
North Korea manufacturing crystal meth on an industrial scale
This sounds like a story ripped from an episode of Breaking Bad, but North Korea is manufacturing 98% pure crystal meth in industrial-class facilities.