Jul 10 2008
The claims of an unidentified Chinese hacker have alarmed Korea’s Internet portals. Nate.com, a leading Korean portal run by SK Communications, is dismayed by a message left on a Chinese website. Claiming to be a hacker, the writer offered to sell the personal information of 12 million Nate.com members for one million yuan (W100 million, US$1=W1,006). As if to prove the claims, the writer revealed the information of five or six Koreans.
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