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Anonymous stole 15 thousand passwords from North Korean site

Anonymous stole 15 thousand passwords from North Korean site

Anonymous stole 15 thousand passwords belonging to the users of the popular North Korean site Uriminzokkiri.com. The portal contains news and information, which is considered government’s propaganda.

After the theft Anonymous traditionally left a message, this time addressing the North Korean government: “We demand: N.K. government to stop making nukes and nuke-threats; Kim Jong-un to resign; it's time to install a free direct democracy in North Korea; uncensored internet access for all the citizens!”

In addition, Anonymous noted that they in no way support the U.S. government, which, like the North Korean authorities, are a threat to the peace and freedom.

Hackers say they managed to get access to the countrys local intranets, mail servers and Web servers. They promised to do more harm in the following attacks carried out as part of the campaign # OpFreeKorea.

Anonymous have provided some examples of stolen passwords that appeared to be hashed. Uriminzokkiri.com was not the only victim of the attack. The other four sites also suffered an intrusion.

Apparently, these actions of the Anonymous are a protest against war, which the North Korean government is eager to start against South Korea and USA.

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