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Wed Jan 26, 2022, 02:23 PM

North Korea recently disappeared from the internet for a little while, and it looks like it has happ

North Korea seemed to disappear from the web for a period on Tuesday, an NK News reporter first noticed. Insider also found that several North Korean sites appeared to be down.

North Korean domain names ending in ".kp," which include websites for North Korea's state-run media outlets, apparently first went down sometime before six in the morning, NK News senior analytic correspondent Colin Zwirko reported.

This outage follows a period of intermittent outages that began on Jan. 14 and continued into the following weekend, with outages lasting several hours.

During those outages, North Korean servers were unreachable, according to NK News, a news organization dedicated to following developments involving North Korea.


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soryang Jan 2022 #1

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Wed Jan 26, 2022, 03:30 PM

1. This is not unusual

About KCNA Watch
KCNA Watch is an aggregator of official DPRK media output, which updates in real time.

Due to regular server outages and multiple occasions malicious scripts have been found on official DPRK media sites, KCNA Watch mirrors all DPRK media for easy access and browsing.

Full copies of articles and PDFs are also hosted here due to the DPRK government’s regular deletion and editing of archived materials.


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