Pyongyang, January 29 (KCNA) -- Recently John McAfee, founder of McAfee, American information security company, made it clear that the cyber attack on the Sony Pictures Entertainment was not mounted by the DPRK.
He said that the cyber attack was made by U.S. hackers with liberalist tendency, adding that he knows who did it but will not mention their names and that he could say with confidence that FBI was wrong in spreading the rumor.
Rodong Sinmun on Thursday says in a commentary in this regard:
What he said clearly proved that the cyber attack on the Sony Pictures Entertainment was a problem of the U.S. raised inside it.
The U.S. trusted the results of FBI investigation peppered with lies and fabrications. By going frantic with the campaign to do harm to the DPRK and ratchet up pressure on it Washington showed the world once again that it is an empire of evils.
The above-said story spread by it indicates that the U.S. remains unchanged in its vicious and sinister nature of creating environments for pressure and aggression against sovereign states through plots and intrigues.
The FBI and other investigation and intelligence institutions should feel ashamed of its actions, as they fabricated a cock-and-bull story about the DPRK's cyber attack only to be a laughing stock at home and abroad.
Obama should also feel shame as he cried out for "high-profile sanctions" against the dignified DPRK, playing into the hands of those institutions in poor shape as they barely keep afloat by staging cheap charades.
The DPRK remains unfazed even if Obama calls for ratcheting up sanctions and pressure upon it through "presidential executive order."
No matter what means the U.S. may leave untried to step up its hostile policy towards the DPRK, the latter will take one strong countermeasure after another to foil it. -0-