December 28, 2014 at 5:39 am #83125
The game is afoot, as Sherlock might have said
CBS report casts doubts on North Korea hacking Sony.
Daily Telegraph quotes other expert sources that North Korea was not to blame
Just another failure of intelligence? Or something more sinister in intent?
Anyway the USA are the last people to point the finger about cyber-warfare since they (or perhaps their proxy, Israel) have been responsible for planting viruses aimed at Iran.
Plus all the ado of the NSA spying on both friendly and enemy powers for both national security and commercial purposes.December 28, 2014 at 6:28 pm #107100jondwhiteParticipant
[Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg] cut out entirely a scene in which American actor Alan Blumenfeld, 62, played Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Iranian-American actor David Diaan, 52, played Palestinian leader Abbas… , arguing over the Middle East peace process. Franco then diffuses the situation and brings peace by having them share a meal of falafel. Since the two leaders both agree that they like the falafel Franco tells them that it is clear that they can at least agree on something.December 30, 2014 at 1:15 am #107101
Sure there exists cyber war but there is also psy-op warfare and this article argues the first blow was struck by America against Korea through Hollywood's Interview. http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2014/12/post-modern-warfare-2014122874033621466.htmlQuote:In 2013, Obama boldly declared: "Believe it or not, entertainment is part of our American diplomacy".December 31, 2014 at 4:28 am #107102AnonymousInactive
That movie was made with the collaboration of the CIA and the US government. Obama is just a liar and a crook like most of the American presidentsThe first hacker in the whole world is the apparatus of intelligence of the US, therefore, they can not accuse anybody of being a hacker, one of the 37 prisoners exchanged by Cuba was one of their code hackers.Israel had a ring of spies inside the US. The Chinese has hacked the US weather satellite network, corporate satellite and military secretsThey are the first world terrorist and they are always accusing others countries and government of being terroristI do not think the hacking was done by the North Korean government, probably it was done by others peoples, and according to certain reviewers, the movie is a piece of crap.The US government can write an encyclopedia on lying and distortions, and they will use all kind of excuses in order to create a war hysteria. The US congress has issued restrictive measures against Venezuela accusing them of violating human rights and intolerance against their opponents, but they have infiltrated a bunch of spies and agents provocateurs inside of Venezuela.December 31, 2014 at 2:13 pm #107103SonofRageParticipant
North Korea does not have the capability to pull off something like this (this is my area of professional expertise). At best, they outsourced it but I think most likely it was an insider.December 31, 2014 at 3:58 pm #107104AnonymousInactive
Probably, it was another Edward Snowden. North Korea does not even have the type of rockets that the US government is claiming that they haveJanuary 4, 2015 at 5:48 am #107105AnonymousInactiveSonofRage wrote:North Korea does not have the capability to pull off something like this (this is my area of professional expertise). At best, they outsourced it but I think most likely it was an insider.
It has been discovered that the hacking was done by an insider ( an ex employee of Sony ) and others individuals. One is from the US and the other one is from Canada. http://dailycaller.com/2014/12/29/cybersecurity-firm-identifies-six-in-sony-hack-one-a-former-company-insider/January 7, 2015 at 1:37 am #107106
Jon Stewart's satirical and very humourous comedy sketch on the situationhttp://www.alternet.org/watch-jon-stewarts-hilarious-take-sony-hack
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