Researcher who fought WannaCry avoids prison for banking malware offenses
A researcher who is credited with impeding the spread of WannaCry ransomware in 2017 has been spared imprisonment for involvement in banking malware.
Report: Huawei secretly worked on North Korean wireless network
The Washington Post reports that under fire Chinese electronics firm Huawei had secretly worked with the North Korean regime to build the country's wireless network.
North Korea: Sony hacker does not exist
North Korea has responded to charges against a hacker in the secretive country by insisting that the identified man does not exist.
U.S. charges North Korean over Sony hack, WannaCry malware
The U.S. Department of Justice is to charge a North Korean hacker with involvement in the 2014 Sony breach, and the WannaCry malware that spread last year.
Netflix responds to North Korea's streaming 'competitor'
Netflix responded this week to the reported launch of a new set top box and streaming service in North Korea, called 'Manbang'.
North Korean Internet still having intermittent blackouts
According to multiple reports, North Korea is having its second day of intermittent Internet blackouts.
Anonymous: Sony Pictures attack definitely did not come from North Korea
Anonymous, the group behind some of the largest corporate cyber attacks in recent history, claims the FBI are 'idiots' for claiming North Korea is behind the hack on Sony Pictures.
President Obama believes Sony made a mistake in pulling 'The Interview'
President Obama bluntly stated yesterday that Sony made a mistake in caving to the threats of hackers that have stolen terabytes of data and threatened movie goers.
Former LulzSec hacker Sabu doesn't believe North Korea was behind the attack on Sony
Former Anonymous and LulzSec hacker Hector 'Sabu' Monsegur does not believe North Korea had the power to commit such a cyber attack as the one that was perpetrated against Sony.
Paramount disgustingly cancels movie theater screenings of 'Team America: World Police'
Following yesterday's decision by Sony to cancel the release of 'The Interview,' Paramount Pictures has blocked theaters from playing the decade-old 'Team America: World Police' in its stead.
U.S. to blame North Korea for Sony Pictures hack
According to numerous media outlets, U.S. government officials will announce tomorrow that North Korea was indeed behind the devastating hack on Sony Pictures.
Seth Rogen asked to tone down 'The Interview' after request from Kaz Hirai
According to e-mails, Seth Rogen was asked by Sony Pictures Entertainment to tone down a particularly gruesome scene in The Interview, but the comedy actor refused.
Sony hackers demand 'The Interview' be scrapped
The group claiming responsibility for the massive Sony Pictures breach in November have demanded that the release film starring Seth Rogen and James France be cancelled
North Korea says Sony Pictures hack was a 'righteous deed'
As the investigation into the massive breach at Sony Pictures proceeds, North Korea is sticking to a claim of innocence but that hasn't stopped it from applauding the attack against the entertainment company.
Why is North Korea a primary suspect in Sony Pictures hack?
North Korea has denied any involvement in a devastating hack of Sony Pictures, the theft of 11TB of data, and leaking of movies and personal information of many, many people.
Report: The Pirate Bay almost hosted its servers in North Korean embassy
Although the infamous torrent tracker has joked about moving its servers to North Korea, it appears that the site really did come close back in its early years.
North Korea's 3G userbase doubles in 14 months
KoryoLink, the only 3G operator in North Korea has seen strong growth in 3G userbase over the last 14 months, going from 1 million subscribers to 2 million
North Korea will allow foreigners to use mobile Internet
The nation relaxes rules over 3G network for foreigners
North Korea video with burning U.S. city taken down by Activision
It appears that Activision has used the DMCA as a means to have a North Korean propaganda piece removed.
VIDEO: North Korea uses Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 in propaganda to show U.S. city burning
North Korea's propaganda agency uploaded a video this weekend that uses footage from Call of Duty to apparently show a burning New York.