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    28 secret North Korean propaganda sites uncovered to the public

    Wednesday, September 21, 2016, September 21, 2016 EDT Last Updated 2016-09-22T04:11:37Z
    Illustration of North Korea's Kim Jong-un. © REUTERS / Ivan Alvarado

    Coincidentally, the North Korean propaganda page open all of their secrets to the public. It certainly makes the public can see clearly life in the closed state.

    Sites was leaked to the public at around 10 pm local time yesterday, as reported by Sputnik, Thursday (21/9).

    A total of 28 This site was created by the arrangement of the code that is to be updated regularly. Allegedly, there is someone in the state regime of Kim Jong-un who accidentally pressing the wrong propaganda site so they are open to the public.

    North Korea is highly restricted access to their propaganda page. Only the North Koreans who use the Internet network state who can access these sites.

    Due to the many curious and went to the Pyongyang propaganda site, these pages impaired.

    The contents of the websites are largely propaganda is covering the life of Kim Jong-un. Mentioned about two pages are used to peel out the story of the North Korean leader.

    Life-his personal life during a visit to the orchard and so on. No wonder if there is a special link titled 'Activities Supreme Leader'.

    Not only that, most of the sites also contain about South Korea, contain matters related adverse neighboring country.

    One of opinion in news sites Rodong discuss how South Korean President will pay for what he did in the North. Rodong Sinmun also reported drug crime rate continues to grow in South Korea.

    Although many sites revealed to the public, these pages do not seem to have a site on the country's weapons technology.

    Earlier, North Korea never had a problem with the server in 2014. They accused the United States as the culprit.

    Obviously, it was denied by the White House. Dan Holden, from the company's network protection, DDoS Arbir Networks said the US does not engage on a server problem in North Korea.

    "I'm pretty sure this is not the act of the US government. Many countries of the world are experiencing the same thing with North Korea, but that certainly is not the act of the US government," he said.


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