North Korea missile test foiled by US Cyber Attacks


Cyber Attacks launched by the United States have succeeded in thwarting North Korea’s missile test made on Wednesday- all a part of a program to sabotage North Korea’s dark intentions of strengthening its nuclear power.

As per our sources, the in-flight failure and the crash of missile due to a technical snag confirm that the missile test was suddenly intercepted by a foreign nation which caused it to fail on an eventual note on the east coast of Korean Pennusula—close to Japan.

And as per the stats collected by US Pacific Command, the missile traveled just a distance of 40 miles from the city of Sinpo before spinning out of control and crashing into the Sea of Japan.

The initial inquiry launched by the government of North Korea proved that there was surely a kind of influence on the missile test. But the authorities probing into the issue for obvious reasons did not admit that it was due to the cyber attack launched by state-sponsored actors.

What seems as a pure coincidence is that Donald Trump told the japan government just before the missile test that all options were on his table and his staff has the powers to do a Topsy Turvy any time.

Tokyo-based defense analyst Lance Gatling admitted that the missile test failure was not just a technical snag and was a result of US intervention via cyberspace. Lance added that the US has been engaging in sabotaging North Korean rocket tests since 2014, as a part of ‘Left of launch’ strategy introduced by Barack Obama.

Gatling feels that Donald Trump might have an intention to continue the legacy and so has asked his military brigade to rip North Korean progress in weapon tests from the roots.

Adding fuel to this controversy is the latest article published in The Telegraph that says North Korea’s supply chain for components might be infected, and they might never know it.

The news resource claims that North Korea’s custom of importing parts might somewhere be faulty because, through history, there have been similar missile test failures sabotaged beyond enemy lines. This clearly suggests that US Intelligence agencies are not in a mood to entertain any of the intentions of their enemies who are trying to strengthen themselves in weapons field.

So, going with the mindset of better late than never, the federal nation might be in a mindset of taking down its enemies before, rather than after the assault- all as a part of a “safe- side” strategy.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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