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North Korean Intranet

“Not much is known about North Korea’s intranet — the Internet-like system that links up libraries, universities and other organizations throughout the country but goes no further than the country’s borders. Few foreigners get a chance to access it and delve into the websites and services it offers, but thanks to sharp-eyed Aram Pan and his DPRK360 Facebook page, we now know…

Professor Messer

Explore the world of computing and teach yourself networking and computer hardware with Professor James Messer – online and for free. Based on a very simple formula of well-structured slides and clear voice-over presentation, his range of free online tutorial videos come highly recommended (although the jury is out on his corny introductions for each video). Use them as a…

Red Star OS 3.0

We’re big fans of the North Korean (DPRK) Internet “Kwangmyong” and Red Star OS Linux in Computer Systems & Network Administrator class. Kwangmyong Korean for “bright” Kwangmyong is fascinating as an enclave of Internet technology inaccessible to the rest of the world and also blocked from accessing the Internet from the inside of the notoriously reclusive state. As evidenced by…

The Cyberwar is Live

More often a map of cyber-attacks streaking across the globe, like missile strikes, makes an appearance on the news each time there’s a large cyber-attack. Once the realm of science-fiction or conspiracy-theory, today the cyberwar is real and live on the Internet at Every second, Norse collects and analyzes live threat intelligence from darknets in hundreds of locations in…

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