Modernizing Authentication — What It Takes to Transform Secure Access
Following their breach of the North Korean news site Uriminzokkiri.com earlier this week, members of Anonymous recently took over Uriminzokkiri's Twitter and Flickr accounts (h/t CNET News).
While the Flickr account has since been restored, the Twitter feed still lists a series of hacked sites, including, in addition to Uriminzokkiri.com and its Flickr account, ryugyongclip.com, ryomyong.com, aindf.com and ournation-school.com -- and while most of the sites are now down, at least one still boasts an image of Kim Jong Un with a pig's nose and ears, along with the statement, "Threatening world peace with ICBMs and Nuclear weapons / Wasting money while his people starve to death / Concentration Camps and the worst human rights violation in the world."
In a Pastebin post, the hackers published several thousand records allegedly stolen from Uriminzokkiri.com (expanding on the six records they released earlier this week) and stated, "We have a few guys on the ground who managed to bring the real Internet into the country using a chain of long distance Wi-Fi repeaters with proprietary frequencies, so they're not jammed (yet). We also have access to some N.K. phone landlines which are connected to Kwangmyong through dial-ups."