by Charles C. Johnson, 4th Media:
Gotnews.com can confirm that North Korea was not behind the Sony hack contrary to major media reports. An investigation into the data shows that someone copied the released 200GB of data over 5-6 hours on the night of November 21st.
Based on the date time stamps of the released data the transfer speed is roughly in the range of 480Mbit/s which equates to USB 2.0.
We don’t know what time zone that time stamped data comes from. (The time is the mtime Unix Time format, local time of the machine. It’s not compensating for any time zone. It doesn’t know the time zone so if the computer is running from 10 pm to 2 AM at Sony Pictures Entertain in Los Angeles that means a potential hacker in Japan could be just ending the work day at 7 PM Tokyo time.)
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