That is what I think it is. I think that Sony or someone who works for them got some balls, hired Anonymous or some other hacker group, and did a little 'turnabout is fair play' on the North Koreans.Interesting. I doubt the US government would respond in this manner. Could it be a private entity that's decided it's time for payback?
He is an ass who thinks that he is untouchable. That is his problem, he is not insane, he thinks that no one can touch him as long as he stays in North Korea. Which is kinda true, we are not going to go to war with North Korea absent them directly attacking another nation because of their nukes.We could turn that country into a smoldering crater in all of about 30 minutes, does their government not realize this or is Kim Jong really that insane ?
As multiple news agencies have reported. Most of their hacking exploits are not done from locations within North Korea. Because there are so few physical connections between North Korea and the rest of the internet, taking the country offline is a relatively simple activity that anyone with a few hundred dollars worth of equipment could do. This DDOS of North Korea will have minimal impact on anything. It's more symbolic than anything.Good I love it, DDOS them for the next year, can't hack us without any internet.