Bounty placed on Kim Jong Un

North Korean social networks hacked

GMT 17:28 2013 Friday ,05 April

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This mocked up image was posted on sites London - Arabstoday Hackers, Anonymous, have taken control of the official Twitter and Flickr accounts of North Korea. A mocked up picture posted on the Flickr account today shows Kim Jong Un photoshopped to sport a pig snout, and a drawing of Mickey Mouse on his chest. The poster placed a $1 million bounty on the dictator, along with text that read "Threatening world peace with ICBMs and Nuclear weapons/wasting money while his people starve to death." In a separate post, Anonymous claimed responsibility for the attack, saying “We are Anonymous.” North Korea isn’t the first country to fall foul of the hacktivist group. In 2012 Anonymous targeted Israeli government websites, protesting what they called the “barbaric, brutal and despicable treatment of the Palestinian people.” On April 8, one of the suspected culprits behind Anonymous, Jake Davis, faces trail for attacks on several websites and charges of encouraging others to commit computer offences and fraud.

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