FBI Director says IP addresses gave North Korean Sony hackers away, but he could be wrong

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There’s been a lot of back-and-forth in the curious case of the Sony Pictures cyber-attack last November, as to who is to blame — but now, FBI director James Comey is more certain than ever that North Korea was involved. Speaking at a cybersecurity conference yesterday, Comey reiterated findings that showed the hackers failed to hide their IP addresses, which point to computer systems in North Korea, reports WIRED. The FBI claims that the hackers occasionally failed to mask their IP addresses, which gave away the origin of their attack. However, as Professor Alan Woodward at the University of Surrey…

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