A Proportional Response? North Korean Internet Jammed

North Korea’s internet has become jammed because of a possible DDoS attack in response to DPRK’s alleged involvement in the Sony Hack. As of December 22, 2014, the entire DPRK routing system through China has gone dark. This incident may be President Obama’s proportional response to the Sony hack.

NK Internet Traffic Jammed

NK Internet Traffic Jammed

Estes, Adam Clark. “North Korea’s Internet Is Totally Screwed Right Now.” Gizmodo. December 22, 2014.

Fung, Brian. “North Korea’s Internet is going suspiciously haywire.” WaPo. December 22, 2014.

Kleinman, Alexis. “North Korea’s Internet Might Be Under Attack.” HP. December 22, 2014.

North Korea Tech. “North Korea’s Internet link is flaky today.” December 22, 2014.

Perlroth, Nicole and David E. Sanger. “Attack Is Suspected as North Korean Internet Collapses.” NYT. December 22, 2014.

Robertson, Jordan. “North Korean Internet Goes Dark in Wake of Sony Hack.” Bloomberg. December 22, 2014.


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