Il Guardian-Observer: l’attacco nordcoreano sarà cyber

sabato, aprile 6th, 2013

Secondo il Guardian-Observer il prossimo attacco nordcoreano sarà cyber, insomma gli hacker del regime hanno già dimostrato di recente con Seoul di poter assestare dei colpi seri alla rete informatica sud-coreana. Perché non riprovarci con quella Usa? Ecco un brano tratto dall’articolo del Guardian-Observer del 6 aprile:

North Korea readies missile launch as fears of a covert cyberwar grow

As Pyongyang moves ballistic weapons to the coast, it may also be planning to disable computer networks in the US

Justin Mc Curry in Seoul – Tehe Observer Saturday 6 april

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“The regime’s next move could be to break into US computer networks to steal information and spread viruses, Jang Se-yul, who defected to the South in 2008, told the Observer. North Korea’s hackers are suspected of being behind recent cyberattacks that paralysed computer networks at several South Korean banks and broadcasters.

“It would demonstrate that North Korea is a strong cyberpower,” Jang said. “Their prime target is the US, and they’ve been preparing for something like this for years, including when I was there in the 1990s. I can’t say how successful they would be, but it’s a possibility.”

The barrage of threats have failed to unnerve people in Seoul, just 54km from the demilitarised zone – the strip of heavily guarded land that has separated the two states since they agreed on a ceasefire, but not a peace treaty, at the end of the 1950-53 Korean war. Streets were packed with cars and shoppers as usual on Saturday, despite rain and chilly weather”.

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