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Sony Pictures presumably hacked by North Korea over Seth Rogen, James Franco …

James Franco and Seth Rogen in The Interview. (Source: Twitter/Sethrogen)

Sony Pictures Entertainment is reportedly looking into either North Korea might have been behind a vital cyberattack on a studio final week.

The website re/code reported yesterday that a conflict came as a studio neared recover of a comedy about a CIA tract to murder a personality Kim Jong-Un.

The Interview, that stars Seth Rogan and James Franco as dual reporters recruited by a CIA to strike off Kim, has murderous a North Koreans, with state media warning of “merciless retaliation”.

Citing sources informed with a matter, re/code on Saturday pronounced Sony and outward consultants were exploring a speculation hackers handling in China carried out a conflict final Monday on interest of North Korea.

A North Korean couple has not been confirmed, however, according to a sources.

An picture posted on a Reddit amicable network
from an particular claiming to be a former Sony worker showed a page with a difference “Hacked by #GOP”.

It was misleading what GOP stands for, though some reports pronounced a hacker organisation is called Guardians of Peace.

The posted picture pronounced vague final contingency be met by Sony or critical files would be released.

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