North Korean internet goes dark (yes, they had one)

Landon Stewart landonstewart at
Tue Dec 23 20:00:04 UTC 2014

> On Dec 23, 2014, at 11:53 AM, Javier J <javier at> wrote:
> What would be the point in blocking them? They don't even have electricity
> in the country, what would I worry about coming out of their IP block that
> wouldn't be more interesting than dangerous. Pretty obvious if it was
> really them behind the Sony hack, it was outsourced.

For the few elite that do have Internet in DPRK it would be 1) a big inconvenience which would annoy them a lot and 2) they have to transmit what they want attacked to the outsourced crew (whoever they might be) somehow.  I doubt the outsourced group has a fax#.
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