vendredi 23 décembre 2011
North Korea changes communication frequencies to avoid tapping...
North Korea is reportedly changing its communication frequencies and encryption system to prevent wiretapping after South Korean media reported that Kim Jong-un had issued his first order to the military.
A South Korean military official said collecting classified intelligence on North Korea became difficult after domestic reports of the special order.
South Korean media reported earlier this week that Kim Jong-un on December 19th ordered North Korean troops to stop training and return to base before the announcement of the death of his father Kim Jong-il.
The official said North Korea likely changed their communication frequency and codes as additional intelligence could not be gathered from the same communication line the first order was given through.
The North Korean military communicates entirely through code for security purposes. The South Korean military believes that the first order from the junior Kim was encrypted and sent via a wireless frequency early on December 19th.
(KBS World Radio, 2011-12-24)