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New North Korea Hack Shows Enterprises Need The Blockchain

newsBTC - ‎Jul 28, 2016‎
Preliminary reports seem to indicate North Korea is behind the theft of millions of consumer records. The evidence pointing in this direction comes in the form of expressions used by the hacker. Apparently, a South Korean online shopping platform has ...
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North Korea is raking in nearly $1 billion from online gambling sites

Tech Insider - ‎Jul 18, 2016‎
There may be a North Korean hacker sitting in the shadows behind the dealer of your favorite online poker site. Cho Hyun-chun, the chief of South Korea's Defense Security Command, said this month that its neighbor to the north was running online ...

Liam Neeson Fears His New Movie Will Trigger Another North Korean Hack Attack

MovieWeb - ‎Jul 18, 2016‎
Back in the fall of 2014, Sony Pictures was infiltrated by nefarious hackers, who leaked a number of the studio's upcoming movies, along with a slew of corporate emails that were quite controversial.

Politics|US Wrestles With How to Fight Back Against Cyberattacks

New York Times - ‎7 hours ago‎
Until November 2014, when North Korea hacked into the computers at Sony Pictures Entertainment in retaliation for a comedy that portrayed a C.I.
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Did the Russians really hack the DNC or is this another Sony Pictures moment? You decide

The Register - ‎Jul 26, 2016‎
The documents were published this week by the Julian Assange-run website. ThreatConnect has revealed its findings in full, allowing you to decide for yourself whether this is decent proof or another Sony "the North Koreans did it" Pictures moment.

Meet Danger Drone – a flying computer designed to hack into all your unprotected devices

Yahoo News - ‎9 hours ago‎
You may, of course, be wondering why hackers would have need of a drone. After all, some of the most publicized hacking attacks of recent times have come from thousands of miles away - in places like North Korea. This is true, but as Brown points out, ...
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Europe|DNC Hack Raises a Frightening Question: What's Next?

New York Times - ‎Jul 29, 2016‎
The United States has had plenty of experience with hackers, government and otherwise, but the D.N.C. hack is something new.
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Sources: US officials warned DNC of hack months before the party acted

CNN - ‎Jul 25, 2016‎
Democrats, including some in Congress, are trying to pressure the White House to publicly name Russia as the perpetrator, in the way the government named North Korea in the Sony hack and China for hacking various U.S. companies. The Obama ...
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Signs point to Russia in DNC hack, but FBI isn't ready to blame Russia yet

CNNMoney - ‎Jul 26, 2016‎
As Director of National Intelligence James Clapper noted in a speech at Fordham University in 2015, hacker spies in China and North Korea "are much noisier." The FBI has a second reason for holding back. The act of officially blaming a foreign ...
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Cybersecurity firms are booming thanks to Russian hackers

Chicago Daily Herald - ‎11 hours ago‎
As payback for a movie poking fun at North Korea's supreme leader, state-sponsored hackers stole the studio's employee records, trade secrets and unfinished movies; shared embarrassing internal emails; and wiped thousands of computers and servers.
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Clinton campaign denies reports that its computer system was hacked

Washington Post - ‎Jul 29, 2016‎
Some current and former administration officials say the closest analogue to the hack-leak combination is the 2014 hack of Sony Pictures. In that case North Korea broke into the systems of the Hollywood entertainment giant, stole emails and unreleased ...
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Snowden says NSA would know if Russian behind DNC leaks

International Business Times UK - ‎Jul 27, 2016‎
He said if Russia was behind DNC hack then the NSA would trace it, as the security agency had the necessary know-how. His comments come amid the uncertainty about the link between the DNC hack and the following email leaks by WikiLeaks.

SitRep: Intel Agencies Point to Moscow on DNC Hack; US, …

Foreign Policy (blog) - ‎Jul 27, 2016‎
IHS Jane's took a look at imagery of the Mayang-do Naval Base at Sinpo and found that North Korea is building two pens capable of sheltering ballistic missile submarines.

Tech expert: Guard email from hackers — The Interview

Orlando Sentinel - ‎Jul 29, 2016‎
A: The Chinese, Russian and all 14 people in North Korea who have internet access are going to be problems for the U.S. government and our citizens.

Signs point to Russia in DNC hack

EverythingLubbock.com - ‎Jul 26, 2016‎
As Director of National Intelligence James Clapper noted in a speech at Fordham University in 2015, hacker spies in China and North Korea "are much noisier." The FBI has a second reason for holding back. The act of officially blaming a foreign ...

Maybe the Secret Service Should Start Protecting Candidates' Email As Well

Defense One - ‎Jul 29, 2016‎
“We are not aware that North Korea is a player in this area, trying to impact policy.” Cole also said some Middle ... Maybe a hacker “actually goes after a candidate, whoever their doctor is and changes their blood type” in the patient records system ...
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DNC Email Hack Reflects Growing Threat of Cyberwarfare Amongst U.S. Allies, Adversaries

Government Technology - ‎Jul 28, 2016‎
But the controversy at a minimum reflects the growing threat of cyberwarfare among a group of U.S. allies and adversaries that include Britain, Israel, Russia, China, Iran and North Korea. The battles remain largely unseen, except when they result in ...

Hot Commodities: Hacking the Grid

Lawfare (blog) - ‎Jul 28, 2016‎
Of these nation-state groups, Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea are all believed to be targeting the electricity sector, while Russia and China are also suspected of targeting oil and gas.

Why the public may never know who hacked the DNC

FedScoop - ‎Jul 28, 2016‎
Despite considerable evidence that points to Russian involvement, the actual identity of the individuals responsible for hacking into Democratic National Committee emails may never be revealed to the public, former U.S. intelligence, law enforcement ...

The DNC email hack is just the newest skirmish in a growing cyberwar

Charlotte Observer - ‎Jul 27, 2016‎
But the controversy at a minimum reflects the growing threat of cyberwarfare among a group of U.S. allies and adversaries that include Britain, Israel, Russia, China, Iran and North Korea. The battles remain largely unseen, except when they result in ...
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