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

Keith Medcalf kmedcalf at
Wed Dec 24 23:26:01 UTC 2014

>> 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#.

I am pretty sure that they have fax machines in Washington Dee Cee.

Theory is when you know everything but nothing works.  Practice is when everything works but no one knows why.  Sometimes theory and practice are combined:  nothing works and no one knows why.

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