Notorious hacking group threatens North Korea with cyber warfare
Anonymous, the mysterious hacking group known for targeting pedophiles, corrupt governments and financial institutions have declared cyberwar on their most notorious target yet — North Korea.
The group announced it has begun to partake on a massive attack on North Korean cyberspace through an initiative labeled “Operation Free Korea”. Demands include the resignation of Kim Jong-un and installment of free democracy in the troubled country however the list includes other demands such as the abandonment of it’s nuclear ambitions and for the government to provide uncensored internet access to its citizens.
The hacker group claimed to have hacked into the country’s intranets, mail servers and webservers and are threatening cyberwarfare if their demands are not met.
“We got all over 15k membership records of Uriminzokkiri.com and many more,” the group wrote. “First we gonna wipe your data, then we gonna wipe your badass dictatorship ‘government.’”
North Korea, a country known for being all bark and no bite has yet to respond.