Tuesday, December 23, 2014
Did Lizards, rather the US, just go cyber on Kim Jong-un?
Oh the irony. In what is starting to read very much like the script to a Hollywood movie itself, the latest twist to the Sony Pictures hacking plot took an unexpected turn yesterday. It would appear that at one stage yesterday access to the web across pretty much all of North Korea went down, with access to key sites such as the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) and Rodong Sinmun newspaper were down for most of the day. Not that most South Koreans would have noticed, of course, seeing as they are denied access to the Internet anyway. The question now is who did it, assuming anyone did that is as a technical glitch is not entirely out of the question although highly unlikely truth be told. News sources online immediately seized upon the US, but could lizards actually be to blame?