Saturday, December 27, 2014

Sony Hack Updates ( December 27 , 2014 ) - North Korea has become the favorite whipping boy for the attack - despite a lack of solid evidence connecting the attack to North Korea .... And who has been knocking out North Korea's Internet for the past few days and Cell Phones today - Work of US Government Agencies or some unidentified Hackers ? ? Meanwhile the inane drama continues - as the " crisis " may be a great opportunity to advance other agendas as well as distract the sheeple .......


North Korea's Internet, 3G mobile network 'paralyzed'

Obama is using the Sony hack as justification to renew a push for internet regulations that would censor online...

Another Internet outage has hit N. Korea. Meanwhile, experts are skeptical the Sony hack came from there:

suffers countrywide Internet shutdown again

Sony Pictures says 'The Interview' grossed more than $1m (£640,000) on Christmas Day in U.S. theatres

Fin TV coverage of "The Interview' today: 2 hours, 15 mins; Coverage of the biggest plunge in Japan real wages since 1998: 0 hours, 0 mins

says Japanese servers used in


On December 23rd, Bloomberg published an article which quoted LA-based cybersecurity firm IntelCrawler as saying that Lizard Squad could either have worked in conjunction with North Korean hackers on the recent Sony hacks or they could actually be responsible. Another possibility is that the linked attacks simply co-incided with each other.
What is clear is that there is little evidence backing up the US Government‘s claim that North Korea was, in fact, behind the hack on Sony. The biggest piece of evidence which links Lizard Squad with the so-called Guardians of Peace is a tweet they made before their account was suspended that said they were “working together with #GoP on a Christmas project.”


No, North Korea Didn’t Hack Sony via Seems likely a disgruntled Sony employee behind this hack after all