Monday, December 22, 2014

Obama Responds? North Korea Goes Completely Offline

North Korea  is suffering a total Internet outage that experts at DYN Research said is out of the ordinary, as first reported by North Korea Tech. According to the research firm, North Korea's Internet connectivity grew steadily worse beginning Sunday night, and then went completely offline Monday morning.

In an interview with Re/code, Madory said that even typically strong connections are experiencing disruptions.

"They're pretty stable networks normally," he told Re/code. "In the last 24 hours or so, the networks in North Korea are under some kind of duress, but I can't tell you exactly what's causing it."

(via CNBC)

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