Transcript for Sony Pictures Hacked After Comedy Angers North Korea
terrorists like Isis. And Sony pictures is fighting back on attack on their computer systems. At least five of their movies have shown up online. And in a strange plot twist, a key suspect maybe a foreign country's government. David Wright explains. Reporter: North Korea isn't at all happy about Seth Rogan and James Franco's new comedy Take him out? E. You want us to killed leader of North Korea? Yes. What? Reporter: The hermit kingdom reportedly threatening a strong and merciless countermeasure against Sony pictures. So when the studio's servers got hacked by a group calling itself guardians of peace, some jumped to the obvious, but unlikely conclusion. Every studio is terrified this can happen to them. Reporter: Yep. Here it is. The theory is state-sponsored piracy. Stealing unreleased copies of "Annie" and "Fury" and releasing them online. History is violent. Reporter: Sounds crazy. But at least one south Korean think tank claims North Korea does have a team of hackers capable of something like this. This is speculation. No one knows if North Korea is behind it. Reporter: Sony couldn't be the reached for comment. ABC's cecella Vega recently asked rogen and Franco about poking fun at pyong yang's famously thin-skinned dictator. Risky move? I don't think so. Reporter: Of course, "Team America" got their first. But in this case, North Korea has the last life. And still ahead tonight -- We are going around getting
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