Photo: Maya Robinson At the end of November, eerily adept cybercriminals hacked into Sony’s computer systems, paralyzed their operations, and tapped into a trove of hypersensitive internal information. After the attack (evidently over Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s North Korean satire The Interview), a steady flow of revelations — including top employees’ salaries, nasty Hollywood hardball emails, and illicit movie downloads — trickled into news reports and file-sharing sites for almost a month. After Sony canceled The Interview’s theatrical release, the thieves, dubbed Guardians of Peace, said the leaks would stop, but only if the movie stayed away from any and all screens. Despite this promise, tens of thousands of already-leaked documents continued to yield fruit, and Sony decided to release the film anyway. Here’s a list of everything that was revealed and generated by the 2014 hacks. The SourceOn December 17, U.S. government officials indicated that North Korea did appear to have been “centrally involved” in the Sony hack. The next day, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest called the hack a “serious national security matter,” and the Washington Post reported that public attribution of the attack would come the following week. On December 19, however, the FBI concluded… Read full this story
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