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North Korea’s Red Star OS Looks Like Mac OS X Clone

02/05/2014, They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but I do wonder how Apple fanboys would feel after checking out the screenshot above that depicts an upgraded version of Red Star OS, which is the operating system used on computers in North...

North Korea May Launch A Cyber Attack Using Online Games

10/24/2013, We’ve seen North Korea perform some interesting tactics in a way to disrupt the going ons online. Just a few years ago, they were jamming GPS signals within a 100km range and earlier this year, the country had prevented tourists from getting a 3G...

Anonymous Hacks Into North Korean Websites Again

04/15/2013, Earlier this month, Anonymous revealed they had hacked a number of North Korea’s social networks as part of their “Operation Free Korea” campaign. It looks as though the organization isn’t stopping there as they have yet again...

South Korea Blames North For TV Stations, Banks Cyberattacks

04/10/2013, A few weeks ago, we reported on three South Korean television broadcasters and two banks becoming victims of a widespread malware attack, which resulted in serious network outages. The attack was perpetrated by “Whois Team,” which according...

North Korea Prevents Tourists From Getting A 3G Connection

03/26/2013, Earlier this year, we did read about how North Korea, the world’s most reclusive nation bar none, has taken a step into the 21st century, through allowing 3G connectivity for tourists and their smartphones. Well, it seems as though there is an about...

South Korean Broadcasters, Banks Crippled By Malware Attacks

03/20/2013, The digital world is starting to become a scary place with reports of numerous popular services getting hacked. We’ve seen ZenDesk, Evernote and even Dropbox suffer from hacker attacks, but a report is coming in from South Korea that may show how...

Google Earth Used To Pinpoint North Korean Labor Camps

01/21/2013, Google’s Eric Schmidt planned to visit North Korea, did just that, and returned days later to say the country needs to embrace an open Internet. Seeing how Google Earth was used in order to pinpoint North Korean labor camps, we’re not...

U.S. Government Unhappy With Eric Schmidt’s Visit To North Korea

01/04/2013, Eric Schmidt is going to North Korea. While the thought of Google’s very own Executive Chairman visiting a country reputed to have the most restrictive Internet policies in the world seems interesting, the U.S. State Department is not happy. In a...

Eric Schmidt To Visit North Korea

01/02/2013, According to the Associated Press, Google’s Executive Chairman, Eric Schmidt, will be visiting North Korea this month on a private and humanitarian mission led by former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson. Citing sources who asked not be named because...

North Korea GPS jamming device has 100km range

09/07/2011, The reclusive country known as North Korea is said to be in possession of a GPS jamming device that can disrupt signals that occur across a wide area, in fact, including those that are more than 100km away. To date, the North did disrupt signals in South...