- You find kimchi in your hard drive.
- You now get all the scores from Tae Kwon Do tournaments.
- You find white out on your monitor.
- The nude pictures of your significant other are replaced with pictures of Kim Jong-in, North Korea’s supreme commander.
- Your auto-correct changes the word “democracy” to “dictatorship”.
- You find a pair of scissors and scotch tape used for cutting and pasting next to your computer.
- Your screen saver now has pictures of Kim Jong-un, Karl Marx, Joseph Stalin and Vladimir Lenin.
- There are teeth marks on your mouse.
- You find chop sticks stuck in your USB port.
- Your email addresses now include Kim Jong-un.
If any of the above are happening to you, then there’s a good chance you’ve been hacked by the North Koreans.
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