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Computers / Sony Hack Attack / North Korea / A Discussion #1076060

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 18, 2014
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(Studio: John Berman) How the computer hackers linked to North Korea got access to Sony Pictures' computer system & forced Sony to cancel its film "The Interview" reviewed.

(Studio: John Berman; Seoul: Kyung Lah) The North Korea army of hackers called Bureau 121, whose aim is to hack into companies with Western interests, how the South Korean banking system was halted by malware last year, the financial documents available discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with former FBI official Shawn Henry & founder Martin Williams about the Sony hacking by North Korea. [HENRY - explains how hack access is gained into the network & how North Korea could carry this out.] [WILLIAMS - explains the process to find attribution for these attacks; comments on previous threats from North Korea & the aim against the Sony movie.]

Berman, John;
Lah, Kyung

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