Sony has suffered immensely in recent days with scores of secret internal files leaking to the internet. Now, the attackers have posted another warning to the company on Github.
The latest message warns:
We have already given our clear demand to the management team of SONY, however, they have refused to accept.
It seems that you think everything will be well, if you find out the attacker, while no reacting to our demand.
We are sending you our warning again.
Do carry out our demand if you want to escape us.
And, Stop immediately showing the movie of terrorism which can break the regional peace and cause the War!
You, SONY & FBI, cannot find us.
We are perfect as much.
The destiny of SONY is totally up to the wise reaction & measure of SONY.
It went on to say that it “knows nothing about the threatening email received by Sony staffers” but tells them to “wisely judge why such things are happening.”
The message also contains links to the previously uploaded content, as well as new files that allegedly contain personal information about Amy Pascal, the Co-Chairman of Sony Pictures and Stephen Mosko, President of Sony Pictures.
The threat likely refers to Sony’s latest film “The Interview,” a comedy that depicts the attempted assassination of Kim Jong-Un. Reports have emerged that the company is likely to name North Korea as the source of the attacks.
Presumably GOP has switched to Github because Pastebin is swiftly removing posts made to the service by the group as well as issuing DMCA notices for Google searches about the content. We won’t link to the Github post as it contains stolen information.
via Ars Technica