Attribution is going to very difficult on this one. There are several other countries that would be interested in the contents of those computers. And that's before identifying commercial interests that might want a peek.
The South Korea Ministry of National Defense says 10 of its internal PCs have been compromised by North Korea unknown hackers. Korea's Dong-A Ilbo reports that the targeted machines belonged to the ministry's Defense Acquisition Program Administration, the office in charge of military procurement. The report notes that the …
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Re: Good heavens
Good heavens, someone blithely missing the irony.
Well, on that same basis:
Bit late for that: North Korea's already derailed it, AND copped the blame.
(except for various one-eyed ranters who switched from:
* screaming at trump for talking to nk at all, to
* screaming at trump for not immediately doing what nk demanded, instead playing nk's (and china's) own brinksmanship game back at them ("render unto caesar" -- works well), to
* screaming at trump for talking to nk at all when, instead of gameover, they came back to the table (as any realpolitik person foresaw), to
* screaming at trump for not doing what nk demanded II, to
* screaming at trump when nk did the dirty as expected
* screaming at trump when he walked away and left them hanging
leaving nk... universally diminished globally, to the point where even china's having second thoughts