North Korean Regime May Be Behind Cyber Attack on South Korea

North Korea is suspected of being behind a cyber attack on several South Korean broadcast networks and financial institutions. The high-profile hacking, that hit several banks and TV stations on Wednesday, comes in the wake of increasingly hostile rhetoric from North Korea, a nation under the strict rule of repressive dictator Kim Jong Un. In recent weeks, the regime has repeatedly threaten to wage a nuclear war on the United States and South Korea because of sanctions imposed on it after they pursued illegal weapons tests.

The cyber attacks follow the release of this disturbing video posted to YouTube that shows the White House in the crosshairs of a nuclear missile. In response, the Pentagon ordered American B-52 bombers to make flights over South Korea as part of on-going military exercises …

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