Tuesday, 16 May 2017

UK KFA slams media lies about alleged "DPRK cyber-attack " on NHS Hospitals



16th May 2017
Numerous  mainstream media outlets such as the BBC, Sky, Mail, Guardian  have carried deeply inflammatory stories alleging that the Democratic People's Republic of Korea(DPRK) was in some way responsible or involved in cyber attacks that crippled NHS hospitals at the weekend . This is quite prepesterous and lacks any real or clear evidence.
  Basically some reports have quoted a so-called "computer expert " who says that the attacks may have been carried out by a group of hackers in China which in turn are linked to the DPRK . No evidence has been presented to prove conclusively that the group of hackers is linked to the DPRK. Other media sources have quoted south Korean and Israeli sources as blaming the DPRK . Given the hostility of the both the south Korean puppets and the Israeli Zionist regime  to the DPRK  neither are reliable sources .Moreover the south Korean puppets have been caught out lying about the DPRK in the past.
  Some media sources have tried to resurrect the case of the "Sony Hacking " incident more than 2 years ago . However this is believed to have been an inside job or a false flag operation . At the time
the DPRK National Defence Commission(now State Affairs Commission of the DPRK) and other DPRK bodies made it clear that the DPRK was not involved in the Sony Hacking case . It was pointed out that "It is a common sense that the method of cyber warfare is almost similar worldwide. Different sorts of hacking programs and codes are used in cyberspace.
    If somebody used U.S.-made hacking programs and codes and applied their instruction or encoding method, perhaps, the "wise" FBI, too, could not but admit that it would be hard to decisively assert that the attack was done by the U.S.
    Moreover, the DPRK has never attempted nor made a "cyber-attack" on south Korea. The rumor about "cyber-attack" by the DPRK was a concoction made by the south Korean puppet regime and its plot.
    After all, the grounds cited by the FBI in its announcement were all based on obscure sci-tech data and false story and, accordingly, the announcement itself is another fabrication. This is the DPRK's stand on the U.S. gangster-like behavior against it"

  The DPRK has no reason or motive to mount cyber-attacks against British hospitals. This would make absolutely no sense  at all. Those who are spreading this story are quite dellusional . The Russian software security firm Kaspersky pointed out that "Our analysis indicates the attack, dubbed “WannaCry”, is initiated through an SMBv2 remote code execution in Microsoft Windows. This exploit (codenamed “EternalBlue”) has been made available on the internet through the Shadowbrokers dump on April 14th, 2017,”
  So the investigation should centre on the US and not the DPRK !

  This is a crude but malicious attempt to  smear and demonise the DPRK  in the eyes of British people. The DPRK is being scapegoated  and wrongly blamed for the actions of criminals residing in the US and other Western countries .We call on people to reject these lies and struggle against them

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