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FBI director claims "sloppy" North Korean hackers revealed their IP addresses

By Shawn Knight
Jan 7, 2015
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  1. The US government has taken a lot of heat for publically blaming North Korea for the hack on Sony Pictures last November. Up to this point, however, they haven't provided many details as to what led them to that conclusion...

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  2. cliffordcooley

    cliffordcooley TS Guardian Fighter Posts: 8,560   +2,901

    Seriously? There is too much reasonable doubt. Lets move on, until there is stronger evidence. Lets laugh at the bastards, until they decide they want to take credit. Because until then they are only playing games and should not be taken seriously.
     
  3. Still not convinced....
     
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  4. Skidmarksdeluxe

    Skidmarksdeluxe TS Evangelist Posts: 6,519   +2,062

    Nuking them will remove all reasonable doubt. (I really should stop playing violent video games, my imagination is starting to run away with me).
     
  5. Runt1me

    Runt1me TS Rookie Posts: 30

    Every time those hypocritical fkwits publicly point their finger and blame someone for some horseshit, I will take it as admision of their involvement.
     
  6. Wiseman say, if you believe what FBI Director say, then you believe everything you read in Chinese Fortune Cookie. Translation FBI have head up their ***, this was inside job, with cooperation of marketing guru's cause it didn't take very long, as the movie came out anyway, and they sure started to make a pile of money off it, and my bet is, is that the script for the next James Bond movie is sitting at home on on some higher up Sony Head's computer, who will conviently announce that he had a backup of it, and that filming of the next James Bond movie will proceed as planned.
     
  7. SirChocula

    SirChocula TS Booster Posts: 75   +59

    Comey is spewing so much bs. Think for yourself for awhile to see how deeply flawed his arguments are. North Korea, while a country whose people starve to death, their hacker unit is very very well funded, those hackers are the best they got and they wouldn't make a mistake of not using a "proxy". Even script kiddies know how to use a proxy... It may or may not be NK behind the attacks, whatever it is, always question the government and what they "information" they are feeding you, especially coming from a position of very high power in the FBI/CIA.
     

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