- While they may have few 'normal' user computers, that does not negate the possibility of having many, many dedicated for govt/military use.I am puzzled by this, as I understand it North Korea has only a couple of hundred computers and even less of them are connected to the internet. It would be easy to monitor all internet traffic from North Korea as there is so little of it. More likely if North Korea does carry out malware attacks than it is done by agents outside the country. If it is done from outside that country where is the proof that the malware comes from North Korea and not Chinese or other hackers?
Given how many problems people are experiencing with various updates for Windows 10, it could still be considered malware.Somebody should make a virus where all it does is update the infected system to the latest security patch, runs a virus scan, and then it deletes itself.