So what was North Korea after? Suki Kim suggests, in Slate, a very compelling theory: North Korea wants to distract from a landmark United Nations effort to refer North Korea’s leadership to the International Criminal Court, which is nearing its final stages.
Now THIS is the first article I’ve read that makes any sense over the whole North Korea thing.
(Today is THE day for news huh??)
NORAD does not dictate Santa’s route, military officials have repeatedly said, but tracks him wherever he goes. NORAD officials, who every year craft an elaborate website that purports to track the “jolly old elf,” said Santa travels wherever children believe in him. Earlier, NORAD said its Santa Tracker cyberdefenses are prepared to handle any potential attack, including from North Korea.
NORAD said its Santa Tracker cyberdefenses are prepared to handle any potential attack, including from North Korea
Right….after the whole Sony/Nuclear Plant Hack media fiasco, just what kind of ‘presents’ is he actually delivering to North Korea huh?!
Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co Ltd (KHNP), which runs South Korea’s 23 nuclear power reactors, said on Monday that its computer systems had been hacked but only non-critical data had been stolen. Operations were not at risk, it said.
Of course, you can’t rule our Ethiopia, Lithuania or Zimbabwe either….. :/
Employees of Register.com, a domain registry, had apparently accepted a fax as a valid application to change the DNS entries for certain domains. It appears that the fax was not checked for authenticity.
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