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North Korea “Doctor spies” lurking for 17 years Jiemi: trying to break into South Korea’s top political leaders

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North Korea “Doctor spies” lurking for 17 years Jiemi: trying to break into South Korea’s top political leaders

South Korean police have arrested a lecturer at a university in Gyeonggi Province, according to police allegations that he was North Korea in 1992, intelligence agents incite defection, in a period of up to 17 years of providing intelligence to North Korea several times, and been subjected to North Korea’s awards. As occurred one after another South Korean man defected to North Korea through the military demarcation line, as well as the Presidential Office, the Ministry of Defense and other major government departments, sites have been black and so on, the South Korean media accused the national security everywhere, is flawed and urged the government to enhance national safety awareness.

North Korea has been awarded the “effort” Medal

South Korea Water District Prosecutor’s Office and the South Korea National Intelligence Service October 29 announced that the organization bought by North Korean agents, latent South Korean 17-year-old Lee, Gyeonggi-do of a university lecturer, was South Korean police on suspicion of violating national security laws and a special sneak into the crimes arrested for prosecution. The police found in his residence communications password books, military information, recording information, etc. 30 species, up to 160 proof. Lee confessed to the crime after the arrest.

South Korean prosecutors said Lee, now 37-year-old Delhi University in India in 1992 study, they were North Korean spies organization “Room No. 35,” agent Chen-Yue Lee bought 17 years, the two long-time “good brothers” relationship. Lee in 1993, the two secretly entered North Korea in 1994, and joined the Korean Workers Party. From October 1998 to September 2001, Lee served as the political division of a South Korean army training Executive period, the South Korean military authorities to ground combat (Army maximum field guide), reserve forces and the commander of the status quo, the U.S. Army fighting in the implementation of the maximum guidance ( US doctrine 100-5), foreign military attaches stationed in South Korea lists 507 kinds, made from 5957 data CD sent to North Korea.

According to the complaint, in July 1997 to February this year, during the period, Lee in Cambodia, Singapore and Thailand will have nine times secret Chen-Yue Lee, South Korea’s military secrets, spying for further instructions, and received 50.6 thousand U.S. dollars working capital. Lee is also a result of providing intelligence to meritorious awards by North Korea in 2003, in Singapore, the guidance from the Korean hospital for a “golden efforts” Medal and the Medal certificate.

Into South Korea’s top political leaders have tried to

From 2006 to 2007, Lee democratic and peaceful reunification of Korea as a member of the Council of Advisers to participate in the South Korean National Intelligence Service at the security situation in the briefings, and transcripts with the recording of being under the state secrets classified as three meetings. He also probing into the water the Air Force airport, pine military airport, the Marine Corps Command and other units in Korea U.S. Embassy and other locations and 34 major facilities, GPS coordinates provided to the North Korean spy. South Korean prosecutors said Lee used its registered e-mail servers in foreign countries with a secret North Korean agents to contact the GPS coordinates of key facilities will be stored in a U disk and CD and notebook computer, with high-tech multi-media means of delivery.

South Korean media reported that, in addition to democratic and peaceful reunification of Advisory Group for the members, the origin of political science, Dr. Lee also served as a member of a unified educational Unification Ministry, a political party Osan members of the Association Council operations, has been leading in public opinion level activities, and gradually broaden its scope of activities in the political arena. Prosecutors survey, Lee due to North Korea’s outstanding performance deeply discouraged, “Room 35” and even look forward to his “involvement in politics,” “to become members of Congress or the mayor” and other political officials, in order to obtain more confidential.

Backgrounder

South Korea criticisms from various sectors of national security vulnerabilities

This espionage case from all walks of life caused by South Korea’s national security concerns. The ruling Grand National Party officials October 30 urged a thorough investigation of the military and security sector national security loopholes, this incident as an opportunity to improve national security system. The Liberal Party spokesman commented that the advanced, “Doctor spies” lurking South Korea for 17 years, people questioned whether South Korea’s National Intelligence Service reduced to “Korean vestibule.” He also believed that Lee would still be behind the other characters.

South Korea recently, even Pu safety scandal. October 27, South Korea Dong-Lin Jiang Men’s cut barbed wire, crossed the military demarcation line defected to North Korea. This created a stir, the military commander of the relevant Force 5 dismissed the day of the Inspection Unit and the work is responsible for guard troops will also be punished. National Intelligence Service October 29 is also the first time that the Presidential Office, the Ministry of Defense and other departments and financial institutions Web site early in July this year, suffered repeated hacker attacks, attacking the source came from North Korea. Public opinion stresses that: “Through this series of ‘accidental’ events, see loopholes in national security issues everywhere. To take the opportunity, the Korean government should enhance awareness of national security.”

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North Korea leader Kim has pancreatic cancer – TV

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North Korea leader Kim has pancreatic cancer – TV

SEOUL -july 13 – North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, 67, has life-threatening pancreatic cancer, South Korean broadcaster YTN said on Monday, citing information gathered from Chinese and South Korean intelligence sources.

The report raises questions about leadership in Asia’s only communist dynasty and who will make decisions concerning its nuclear programmes.

Kim’s health is one of the most closely guarded secrets in the reclusive state but he is widely thought to have suffered a stroke a year ago, although there has never been official confirmation.

YTN said the diagnoses of the cancer came around the same time as the stroke.

A gaunt Kim with thinning hair made a rare public appearance last Wednesday at a memorial for his father and state founder Kim Il-sung. The stark figure he cast furthered speculation he was still ill.

South Korea’s National Intelligence Service could not immediately comment on the report, nor could U.S. officials.

South Korean financial markets took the YTN report with caution, saying it cast a shadow over sentiment.

“Such news highlights South Korea’s geopolitical uncertainty and risks and one thing that investors hate is any uncertainty,” said Lee Kyoung-su, a market analyst at Taurus Investment & Securities.

North Korea has been raising tension in Asia through missile launches and a nuclear test on May 25 which was met by U.N. sanctions aimed at cutting off it arms trade, one of its few sources of hard cash.

South Korean officials said this military grandstanding was aimed at helping Kim build internal support as he prepares for succession, with his youngest son seen as the likely heir.

SURVIVAL RATE LOW

The U.S. National Cancer Institute puts the five-year survival rate for pancreatic cancer at 5.5 percent. The pancreas makes insulin and other hormones which help the body use or store energy from food.

Pancreatic cancer occurs more often in people who have diabetes than in those who do not, it said, and Kim has been long thought to suffer from diabetes.

Kim Jong-il took power in 1994 when his father died at the age of 82. He assumed the title of general secretary of the ruling Workers’ Party and chairman of the National Defence Commission, but has never taken the title of president.

His youngest son Kim Jong-un, born in late 1983 or early 1984 and educated in Switzerland, is regarded as the most capable of Kim’s three known sons with striking resemblance to his father.

If Jong-un were to take over soon, he is likely to remain weak, vulnerable and at the mercy of the North’s old guard for years, experts said.

North Korea places great emphasis on seniority and the ruling elite around Kim Jong-il, mostly men beyond 70, are not about to take orders from the son, an intelligence source said.

Separately, Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei of China was holding talks in Seoul on Monday to try to resume six-way talks his country hosts aimed at ending Pyongyang’s nuclear arms programme in return for massive aid and diplomatic rewards.

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PCs could be hit next in Web attack – South Korea

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PCs could be hit next in Web attack – South Korea

SEOUL july 10- Cyber attacks slowing U.S. and South Korean websites could enter a new phase on Friday by attacking personal computers and wiping hard disks, a South Korean government agency and Web security firm said.

North Korea was originally a prime suspect for launching the cyber attacks, but the isolated state was not named on a list of five countries where the attacks may have originated, the Korea Communications Commission (KCC) said.

The attacks targeting dozens of government and business sites in South Korea and the United States did not caused major damage or security breaches, experts said, but the KCC warned a new phase at 1500 GMT on Friday that could cause severe damage.

Leading South Korean Web security firm Ahnlab said data stored on tens of thousands of affected computers could be damaged.

“The affected computers will not be able to boot and their storage files will be disabled,” said Lee Byung-cheol of Ahnlab.

FIVE COUNTRIES NAMED

The commission said host Web sites believed behind the original attacks were based in Germany, Austria, the United States, Georgia and South Korea.

South Koreans lawmakers briefed by the National Intelligence Service said although North Korea was not one of the list, Pyongyang was still seen as a likely suspects.

Internet access is denied to almost everyone in impoverished North Korea, but intelligence sources say leader Kim Jong-il launched a cyber warfare unit several years ago.

Some analysts questioned the North’s involvement, saying it may be the work of industrial spies or pranksters.

The attacks saturated target websites with access requests generated by malicious software planted on personal computers. This overwhelmed some targeted sites and slowed server response to legitimate traffic.

The so-called “distributed denial of service” hacking attack spreads viruses on PCs, turning them into zombies to simultaneously connect to specific sites, unbeknownst to owners, experts said.

U.S. officials would not speculate on who might be behind the attacks but noted that U.S. government websites face attacks or scams “millions of times” a day.

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