North Korea denies attacking Sony, presents to assist examine
North Korea has ratcheted the absurdity degree of the Sony hack up a notch by once more pleading its innocence and even providing to assist discover the actual perpetrators. It used some notably bellicose language in warning the US of “grave penalties” if it does not undertake a joint probe. Whereas that is laughably unlikely, the rogue nation’s propaganda arm KCNA went on in nice element about how the Interview “defamed its dignity,” and stated it will retaliate if the US refuses to cooperate (judging by the tough translation). For now, the film continues to be on maintain, although Sony stated yesterday that it hadn’t been cowed and should launch it.
As for the breach itself, it seems to be like Sony is getting critical about firm-extensive safety, because it has simply posted a job-itemizing for a “Director of Vulnerability Administration.” The place will assist “safe Sony’s info belongings… and (shield) the privateness of Sony’s clients and staff.” Because it stands, nevertheless, the actual-life story of the assault is shaping as much as be a greater movie than the one which began the entire thing within the first place.