North Korea Suspected in Cyberattack

The attacks shut down computer networks of South Korean broadcasters and major banks.
0:48 | 03/20/13

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It is the -- cyber attacks so far TV station's computers are completely shut down today although broadcasting his normal. Thanks were also hit with consumers having trouble with ATM machines an online banking. Last week North Korea accused the US and South Korea for hacking their servers and threats have been consistent. They're talking nuclear strikes and protests to the UN sanctions. Experts here are concerned that these cyber attacks you have a major psychological effect on the public. We don't know yet whether North Korea is behind this but they have made similar smaller scale attacks in the past few years. But what we do know -- -- is that Kim Gelman since taking charge has been beefing up his sniper team of 3000 soldiers in the military. -- OABC news still.

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