The NSA has reportedly been spying on North Korean networks since 2010

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A recently disclosed NSA document from Edward Snowden revealed that the agency has had an inside view of North Korea’s hacking capabilities since 2010, reports The New York Times. By tunneling into Chinese networks used for wider connectivity by North Korea more than four years ago, the NSA was able to use malware to track the workings of North Korean hackers, who are said to number about 6,000 people in total. NSA investigators recently determined that the North Korean force had gained access to a Sony systems administrator’s credentials, to explore the company’s network over two months before leaking confidential…

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