Hackers from North Korea stole a lot of military documents from South Korea, including the assassination plan of DPRK leader Kim Jong-UN. This was stated by a South Korean lawmaker Lee Chul-Hee, reports the BBC.
According to him, information received from the Ministry of defense of South Korea. There have so far refused to comment on the statement.
According to the Deputy, hackers stole 235 Gigabit military documents from the United center for the protection of information. 80% of them are still not identified.
The incident occurred in September last year. In may, South Korea reported that stolen a large amount of information and cyber attacks, allegedly committed the DPRK, but the details are not specified.
North Korea then denied the charges.
Among the secret documents were plans for military action developed by the United States and South Korea, and reports of senior commanders of the allies.
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