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North Korean hackers 'stole US-South Korea war plans'

10 Octobre 2017

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British Armed Forces officials have been asked to outline plans for how the United Kingdom would respond if war broke out with Kim Jong Un's regime, Whitehall sources told the newspaper.

The Ministry of defense of South Korea has so far refused to comment on these reports.

South Korea is prepared to use non-lethal graphite bombs - also known as "blackout bombs" - to short-circuit the North's electrical grid in the event of a nuclear war, according to a report.

Hackers from North Korea are reported to have stolen a large cache of military documents from South Korea, including a plan to assassinate North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un.

Pyongyang also slammed the 64-year-old "mutual defense treaty" between the US and South Korea.

Pyongyang's hackers allegedly stole the military secrets between August and September previous year.

Another defense source said the North Korean drills with paragliders had prompted the South Korean and US forces to conduct their joint short-range air defense drill late last month. -South Korean military plans.

In September, North Korea tested its most powerful nuclear weapon to date, with a 6.3-magnitude natural disaster registered at its Punggye-ri testing site.

He warned that the country is now increasing its cyber-warfare activities and may soon become a "premier league" player in cyber-warfare.

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

The military plans for dealing with North Korea have been rewritten in recent months by Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis, in response to the North's accelerated threats.

Since coming to power in 2011 Kim Jong Un has sped up the country's nuclear weapons program, conducting as many as 85 missile tests according to the U.S. State Department.

Q: In his United Nations speech, Donald Trump warned to "totally destroy North Korea" if it threatens USA or its allies.

North Korean hackers 'stole US-South Korea war plans'