South Korea has launched a cyberwarfare command centre designed to fight against possible hacking attacks blamed on North Korea and China. The division boasts a reported 200 techies, who will be tasked with tackling a reported 95,000 hacking attacks the country's military networks face every day. North Korea was blamed for a …
somebody is obviously having a bad day...
51st parallel doesn't even go through Korea.
To my embarrassment I didn't spot it until I read your comment. Nice one.
May I be the first to say, yet again...
...why the heck does a military network even have a public-facing connection? These should be isolated networks, with parallel networks used for internet-only access. No military (government, police force, etc) in the world should have its critical systems interfaced directly with the public internet. That's just stoopid.
feck, it can't be hard
just unplug from the backbone/spine, and run your own intranet populated and policed by your own.
Fuck NK, you always have done in the past.
that is all
Technical investigation of the attacks
You may read more about the attacks in this comprehensive forensic summary:
North Korean hackers?
You mean somebody other than the Dear Leader has a computer in North Korea, and the education to be able to use it - not to mention *Internet access*? Wow. Just... wow.
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