Sony Pictures Entertainment hack
The Sony Pictures Entertainment hack was a release of confidential data belonging to Sony Pictures Entertainment on November 24, 2014. The data included personal information about Sony Pictures employ...
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North Korea's internet appears to be under mass cyber attack
North Korea’s already tenuous links to the Internet went completely dark on Monday after days of instability, in what Internet monitors described as one of the worst North Korean network failures in y...
BBC News - Sony hack: North Korea threatens US as row deepens
North Korea has threatened unspecified attacks on the US in an escalation of a war of words following the Sony Pictures cyber-attacks. In a fiery statement, the North warned of strikes against the Whi...
North Korea says U.S. government 'deeply involved' in Sony film. Threatenes to “blow up” the White House, the Pentagon and other targets if U.S. retaliates against Sony attack.
North Korea’s defense department asserted Sunday that the U.S. government was “deeply involved” in the making of the Sony Pictures comedy “The Interview” and threatened to “blow up” the White House, t...
Did China Help North Korea Hack Sony?
In line with Sanger’s statement, there has been increasing speculation that North Korea’s Unit 121, a cell of elite hackers, was the organization that mauled Sony. The group is known to be responsible...
North Korea proposes joint Sony hack inquiry with US
North Korea has offered to hold a joint inquiry with the United States into a cyber-attack on Sony Pictures, strongly denying US claims that it is behind it.
Sony Hacking: President Obama Says Company Made 'Mistake' in Canceling 'The Interview'
President Obama says Sony Pictures Entertainment made a "mistake" in canceling its planned release of the movie "The Interview" following a destructive cyber attack the U.S. government says was launch...
US: Sony Cyberattack is ‘Serious’ National Security Matter
WASHINGTON— U.S. officials are treating a cyberattack on Sony Pictures as a "serious national security matter," with the National Security Council considering a proportionate response, the White House...