Looks like it may not have been North Korea’s fault after all. A part of the malicious code that caused computer-network outages at banks and major broadcasters in South Korea has been traced to a Chinese IP address, the Korea Communications Commission said Thursday. The outage occurred around 2:20 p.m. Wednesday, with skulls reportedly appearing on some computer screens, sending South Korean stocks into a nosedive. The KCC has continued to investigate the cyberattack and has not ruled out the possibility of North Korean involvement.
TOP 10 RIGHT NOW