N. Korea, U.S. Blame Each Other For Hacks With Little Proof
North Korea and the U.S. have been tossing accusations around on the recent cyber attacks, but neither nation has offered up much evidence.By Ben Lawson | December 27, 2014
The blame game continues as North Korea points to the U.S. as being responsible for another spate of Internet outages throughout the hermit kingdom but there still isn't any concrete evidence to suggest who is behind the cyber attacks on North Korea or Sony Pictures.
The state-run Korean Central News Agency released a statement lambasting President Obama for the release of "The Interview" and said "Obama always goes reckless in words and deeds like a monkey in a tropical forest."
The U.S. has pointed the finger at North Korea for the Sony hack, alleging the country was motivated by the film's depiction of the fictional assassination of the country's leader, Kim Jung-Un.