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The Federal Bureau of Investigation released a statement saying, “The FBI now has enough information to conclude that the North Korean government is responsible for these actions.” At a press conference later that day, President Obama endorsed the FBI’s accusation, asserting, “We can confirm that North Korea engaged in this attack.” Sony, which briefly cancelled , promptly released the film in theaters and online. The hackers inflicted at least million worth of damage to the gaming company.
More importantly, Obama is heavily invested in the Iran nuclear talks, which he described in a recent interview with National Public Radio as Tehran’s “chance to get right with the world.” In an interim agreement reached in Geneva on November 24, 2013, the nuclear talks were advertised as a route to a comprehensive deal within six months.
These include China, Russia, and, most disturbingly, the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism—Iran.
But North Korea itself, while gloating over the damage, has denied responsibility. What we do know is that North Korea has a long and enterprising history of illicit activities, and has done plenty of business with countries that are becoming increasingly notorious for their cyber-warfare capabilities.
Due to its connection to Hollywood and its resulting plethora of embarrassing celebrity gossip, that attack drew much more public attention.
But few noted how similar it was to the cyber-attack on the Sands. Both were not just larcenous, but apparently intended to be ruinous.