North Korea's Social Pages Hacked by Anonymous
Posted: April 6, 2013 by Maja Johnson
Just days after hacking several North Korean websites, the famous hacker group Anonymous hacked the North Korean social pages Twitter and Flickr as well. It seems that North Korea will not see the end of Anonymous yet.
The hacker group hacked the accounts because North Korea used them to spread pro-government propaganda. Instead, Anonymous posted a wanted poster of the leader Kim Jong Un, displaying him as a pig that is threatening world peace and wasting money. Anonymous have sworn to fight against tyrants throughout the world and this new Korean leader is next on their list.
The group also send a message to the North Korean people, urging them to fight the oppression and providing them support on the way. It also gave the Korean leader a few demands: to stop the nuclear threats to the rest of the world, to provide democracy for the people, to resign and last but most important give people uncensored Internet.
One can easily say that these attacks on North Korea by the Anonymous group will not end here. The country is known for its nervous foreign politics as it declared "state of war" with South Korea just a few days ago and it threatened the USA targets as well.