Financial Review: North Korea's missile launch 'may have been thwarted by US cyber attack'
North Korea's botched missile test on Sunday may have been disrupted by a secretive US program of cyber and electronic warfare designed to sabotage launches.
The attempted test, and a weekend parade of Pyongyang's military hardware, prompted international condemnation and an American promise of further action if the hermit state failed to end its provocations.
It came as the US's national security adviser confirmed for the first time that Washington was working with China to rein in North Korea's nuclear weapons program.
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WNU Editor: I agree with US Senator McCain on this one .... McCain raises doubts US sabotaged North Korean missile launch (The Hill).
More News On Speculation That The U.S. Is Sabotaging North Korean Missile Tests
McFarland 'no comment' on reports US sabotaged North Korea missile launch, calls launch a 'fizzle' -- FOX News
North Korea’s embarrassing missile launch failure may have been caused by US cyber attack as Donald Trump warns his military may ‘have no choice’ to strike the rogue nation -- The SUN
Ex-British foreign minister thinks US hacked North Korea missile -- New York Post
US cyber attacks may be bringing North Korean missiles down -- The Telegraph
The U.S. Is Probably Hacking North Korea's Missiles Out of the Sky -- Steve Huff, Maxim
It’s ‘100% Possible’ To Knock Kim Jong-un’s Nukes Offline Without Firing A Shot -- Ryan Pickrell, Daily Caller
North Korea crisis: US cyberwarfare could sabotage missile tests -- The Australian/The Times
Did Trump hack North Korea's missile launch? -- Monica Showalter, American Thinker