"North Korea is going to hack a comedy, a movie that is really nothing? I can’t see that happening"
Hackers "got sloppy" and mistakenly sent messages that could be traced
The new measures are unlikely to make much of a difference in the isolated Asian state
Billed as the "first aspect" of the Obama Administration's response
The failure comes after the hack on Sony which has been linked to the rogue state by the U.S. government
And 4 reasons it might have been somebody else
Fallout prompted studio to pull The Interview
North Korea's UN representative decried CIA interrogations as "the gravest human rights violations in the world."
North Korea's involvement is speculated because an upcoming Sony film is about an assassination attempt of Kim Jong-un
Attack bears hallmarks of previous North Korean hacking raids on South Korea's TV and banking systems
Rumors that the Supreme Leader's month-long vanishing act signals a coup or a power shuffle are likely false, experts say
Matthew Miller was jailed for committing acts "hostile" to the Pyongyang regime
Kim Jong Un's absence from an important parliamentary meeting fuels speculation about health problems
He reportedly wanted to "meet with Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un"
Miller was charged under Article 64 of the North Korean criminal code, which is for espionage and can carry a sentence of five to 10 years
Matthew Miller will go to trial on Sept. 14
Kenneth Bae, Jeffrey Fowle and Mathew Miller call for a U.S. representative to come to North Korea to make a direct appeal
Almost no one in North Korea—where the average person can't access Internet—knows what it is
After a year of saber-rattling, North Korea may be adopting a softer tone
The apparent test coincides with joint U.S.-South Korea military drills that have drawn the ire of the North.