Published: Wed, October 11, 2017
World Media | By June Phelps

Hackers from North Korea stole South Korea's plan to assassinate Kim Jong

Hackers from North Korea stole South Korea's plan to assassinate Kim Jong

North Korean hackers reportedly stole thousands of military documents detailing war plans of South Korea and the USA, including plans to assassinate Kim Jong-un.

Rhee Cheol-hee, a member of South Korea's ruling Democratic Party, said cyber attackers had stolen the top secret plans from the country's defence ministry database.

The ministry admitted hackers "presumed to be North Koreans" stole 235 GB of documents by breaking into the military's Intranet and other networks.

As Kim, the North Korean leader, has accelerated his nuclear missile program in recent years, South Korean defense officials have publicly discussed pre-emptive strikes at critical missile and nuclear sites in North Korea and a decapitation operation.

British defence officials have reportedly been instructed to draw up plans in preparation for potential conflict with North Korea.

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The US president hinted on Saturday at taking military action against Kim Jong-un's regime, saying "only one thing will work" in dealing with the country.

China has taken a series of economic retaliations against South Korea, including a ban on group tours to South Korea, in protest of the deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system.

The latest development comes amid months of growing tensions between the U.S. and North Korea over its refusal to end its nuclear weapons programme.

The drills prompted South Korean and U.S. forces to conduct their short-range defence drill last month, the source added.

A South Korean Aegis destroyer has also been deployed.

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The South Korean Defense Ministry refused to comment on the reports about the hack.

Pyongyang has denied that it was behind the latest cyber attack, criticizing Seoul for "fabricating" the claims.

Trump was expected to send a significant message to North Korea, either verbally or "kinetically", during his first trip to the peninsula as United States commander-in-chief, the source said.

Tillerson has meanwhile revealed that the probing North Korea to see whether it is interested in dialogue and has multiple direct channels of communication with Pyongyang.

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