Anonymous Hacks North Korean Websites, But The Face Behind South Korean Websites Hack Still Not Known

Posted on Jun 25 2013 - 12:33pm by Karan Chopra

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According to a report on Associated Press, South Korea’s several government and private sector websites were hacked earlier today. The hacked sites also include the country’s presidential residence, Cheongwadae site. Other publication Chosum newspaper states that the Cheongwadae site reads a slogan voicing support for North Korea leader Kim Jong-un.

On the other end, as per Twitter account of the hacktivist Anonymous claims that its members has attacked several North Korean websites, including korea-dpr.com, the official government website although the group denied role involving in South Korea websites attacks, confirmed Chosun.

Moreover, reportedly Anonymous has also posted a Pastebin note with listing target websites from the country saying that it is aiming to take it offline. Yonhap News reports that the group first takedown Blue Office website – Korea’s Presidential administration along with one more government website, which both remains offline.

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