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North Korean Domain Names Return To the Internet

timothy posted more than 3 years ago | from the still-can't-order-a-decent-bulgogi dept.

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angry tapir writes "North Korean domain names have returned to the Internet over the last few days as the country continues to build its presence online. Websites, previously available only via IP addresses, are now accessible through dot-kp addresses and it appears more might be on the way."

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All Fear NK! (4, Funny)

Nethead (1563) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874542)

They have achieved DNS technology. To the bunkers everyone!

Re:All Fear NK! (0, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34874602)

Pretty sure we can just slashdot the fuck out of them, don't worry about it

Re:All Fear NK! (-1, Offtopic)

mutherhacker (638199) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875902)

Americans mocking other countries... *Sigh* The impudence... the irony.... And such a low slashdot user id for that matter.

Re:All Fear NK! (1)

Bigbutt (65939) | more than 3 years ago | (#34876690)

slashdot != 1563

[John]

Whole country's domain disappeared?? (2)

Spy Handler (822350) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874576)

The reemergence of KP domain names marks the first time in several months that the North Korean domain has been functional. It was assigned in 2007... (but the domain) disappeared in the second half of last year for reasons that are still unclear.

How does an entire top level domain simply disappear?

Re:Whole country's domain disappeared?? (5, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34874616)

Capitalist oppression.

Re:Whole country's domain disappeared?? (5, Informative)

totally bogus dude (1040246) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875084)

Pretty easily, at least in this case. The root servers provide these name servers for .kp:

kp. 172800 IN NS ns2.kptc.kp.
kp. 172800 IN NS ns1.kptc.kp.

which are both located on the same class C:

ns1.kptc.kp. 86400 IN A 175.45.176.15
ns2.kptc.kp. 86400 IN A 175.45.176.16

Which generally is indicative of the same network segment. I guess North Korea doesn't have a need for a particularly robust internet infrastructure, so there's a good chance there's just some servers listening on those addresses and no fancy load-balancing or anycast routing going on, and very likely they're at the same physical location.

If either of those stop responding to queries, then resolution of anything under .kp will fail.

Re:Whole country's domain disappeared?? (1)

Opportunist (166417) | more than 3 years ago | (#34876802)

In North Korea? C'mon, people disappear there.

Block List (0)

AndGodSed (968378) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874580)

Right, another block of domains/ip's to add to my blocking list.

Re:Block List (2)

aliquis (678370) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874626)

Right, another block of domains/ip's to add to my blocking list.

Yeah, that will make a difference.

Truly revolutionary!

So what? (0)

MrQuacker (1938262) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874584)

What could a North Korean website possibly have on it that's worth visiting?

Re:So what? (4, Funny)

somersault (912633) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875542)

Plenty of source material for political satire?

Re:So what? (2)

xclr8r (658786) | more than 3 years ago | (#34876150)

Family to Family status (those who were split due to bad timing of being North or South of the 38th parrallel.

Re:So what? (1)

Opportunist (166417) | more than 3 years ago | (#34876834)

Juche! Which for a German speaking person sounds like a mix of a common cheer ("Juchee!") and the word for liquid manure ("Jauche").

In other words, you're complaining about German porn? That sounds like something that could be way more disgusting!

Not a troll (3, Interesting)

Lord Byron II (671689) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874590)

This isn't a troll, but a serious question.

They are an unfriendly, communist, totalitarian regime. We exactly do we care if they are on the Internet?

Again, this is not a troll. I'm really interested in the ramifications of this action, which at the moment escape me.

Re:Not a troll (2, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34874662)

If they're open to the internet instead of an intranet, it means they not only can information get out, information can also get IN.

Or...so we hope.

Re:Not a troll (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34875044)

Sorry but I have a feeling there are far better ways to get information in, like leaflet drops and radio broadcasts.

How many people would have a computer outside of people high up in the chain-of-command?

Re:Not a troll (1)

MrQuacker (1938262) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875328)

They are conditioned to believe that if they touch the papers that are dropped from the sky that they will die. And if they touch them anyways they are sent to labor camp.

Re:Not a troll (-1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34875344)

They are conditioned to believe that if they touch the papers that are dropped from the sky that they will die. And if they touch them anyways they are sent to labor camp.

And they're not conditioned to believe that anything on the internet is a lie from the White Man?

Re:Not a troll (1)

Issarlk (1429361) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875638)

They have a country-wide intranet anyway.

Re:Not a troll (1)

wvmarle (1070040) | more than 3 years ago | (#34876390)

They are conditioned to believe that if they touch the papers that are dropped from the sky that they will die. And if they touch them anyways they are sent to labor camp.

And a result of the second is the first so it's not just conditioning: it's true. Just like we westerners are conditioned to believe that when you shoot someone you will go to jail.

That said I think North Korea is a really bizarre country... and for that reason very interesting.

Re:Not a troll (1)

Vectormatic (1759674) | more than 3 years ago | (#34876440)

i remember reading that north koreans are told the leaflets are poisened by 'those evil americans', the fear of dying part has little to do with the labor camps

Re:Not a troll (1)

wvmarle (1070040) | more than 3 years ago | (#34877132)

Of course. But whether it's poisoning by Americans or the effects of the labour camp... the result is the same.

Re: Real poison in leaflets? Really? (1)

Isaac Remuant (1891806) | more than 3 years ago | (#34877164)

Some of you guys seem to be implying that North Koreans believe that leaflets may have real poison (not propaganda poison) and fear death in consequence? Am I reading this right?

Gloves or some other mechanism to take a curious look without exposing your skin would be out of the question?

I think fear is of repression might play a much more important role than alleged poison.

Re:Not a troll (1)

Opportunist (166417) | more than 3 years ago | (#34876850)

So they're not conditioned to believe it, it's reality. You touch the papers and you will die.

Re:Not a troll (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34874666)

I don't think they would be considered a communist nation. Anyway, perhaps it my be a chance to interact/communicate with North Korea at some level, which at this point is very difficult.

Re:Not a troll (1, Insightful)

devxo (1963088) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874700)

This isn't a troll, but a serious question.

They are an unfriendly, communist, totalitarian regime. We exactly do we care if they are on the Internet?

Again, this is not a troll. I'm really interested in the ramifications of this action, which at the moment escape me.

Yeah, because US is the one that should dictate that, right?

Re:Not a troll (2, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34875206)

OK, this is what's wrong with Slashdot. The comment by the parent has nothing to do with the GP it responds to. There isn't even a hint that anyone should dictate anything in the GP's post. Still the parent's response to it was modded insightful, probably simply because the comment is vaguely anti-US. The US shouldn't have any say in that, of course, but this is still not a command that adds anything to the discussion at hand, least of all any insight.

Re:Not a troll (2, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34875412)

Shut up! Shut up you American. You always talk, you Americans, you talk and you talk and say 'Let me tell you something' and 'I just wanna say this', Well you're dead now, so shut up.

Re:Not a troll (1)

Ginger Unicorn (952287) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875618)

+1 million funny

Re:Not a troll (4, Insightful)

timid3000 (1006661) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874704)

They are an unfriendly, communist, totalitarian regime.

Do you mean like China ?

Re:Not a troll (1)

pspahn (1175617) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875138)

No.

Re:Not a troll (1)

Kvasio (127200) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875418)

more like "1984". China seems to be wild democratic and open country, compared to NK.

Re:Not a troll (1)

wvmarle (1070040) | more than 3 years ago | (#34876422)

China is also North Korea's only ally; and as far as I know to travel to North Korea you have to first go to Beijing as there's the only place in the world to apply for a visa (China is the only country with diplomatic ties with NK, and as such their only embassy), and the only city with regular flights to Pyongyang.

So even though GP gets the obligatory +1 insightful for China-bashing, it's not totally false. But then it's the half-truths that make politics go.

Re:Not a troll (3, Insightful)

Opportunist (166417) | more than 3 years ago | (#34876866)

People are fleeing from NK to China, just to give you an idea that there are various degrees of "bad".

Re:Not a troll (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34874734)

The regime may be, but that doesn't mean you should hold it against the people. That's like saying no one should care if anyone in the US are on the internet just because there are a lot of people who don't like Obama and the Democrats. (and vice versa when it was Bush and the Republicans)

Besides, they already had the intertubes, you just had to know the IP address to visit one of their sites. Now they have DNS resolution... which is a convenience, sure, but not exactly earth shattering.

Re:Not a troll (1)

petermgreen (876956) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875382)

Unfortunately the regime being on the internet and the general public being on the internet are very different things. My understanding is in north korea the regime are but the general public aren't (even those of the general public who can afford computers etc).

Re:Not a troll (1)

FuckingNickName (1362625) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875938)

Strictly speaking, the same thing applies in the West. Those who choose not to follow their government's system of money/tax/etc aren't going to be getting Internet access any time soon.

As always, it's leaders and followers of the local regime who get access to the resources which in turn make them feel free. The rest are either marginalised or incarcerated. It's just harder for people in the West to accept how limited they are in how they may interact in order for them to enjoy the benefits of modern life.

Re:Not a troll (2, Funny)

outsider007 (115534) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874748)

smaller suprise dongs on chatroullette?

Re:Not a troll (2)

lwsimon (724555) | more than 3 years ago | (#34877244)

Are the dongs really a surprise at this point, or are they the reason you go there?

Just sayin'.

Re:Not a troll (5, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34874794)

Because we live in the same world?

Re:Not a troll (2)

Jarik_Tentsu (1065748) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875428)

I think what the parent was getting at is...what exactly are they going to put on the internet that is going to harm us? "Bomb the US" sites? And who is going to look at them?

At least with radical Islamic terrorist groups, they have potential similarly minded extremists all over the globe who may look up these sites and follow them. But how many North Koreans living in other countries who probably escaped as refugees are going to look up North Korean websites and have their actions influenced by that?

Re:Not a troll (1)

Zouden (232738) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875820)

Yes, and what the AC was getting at is: something doesn't have to be threatening to be newsworthy. This is probably the least-connected country in the world, a stark contrast to its southern neighbour. The fact that it is putting websites online now is therefore of interest, especially to a tech audience.

I'm sorry that two decades of scaremongering by US news networks has lead you to feel that something is only news if it directly impacts you.

Re:Not a troll (-1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34874892)

Who the fuck is exactly supposed to be this *WE* you're talking about? You definitely don't speak for *ME*, and frankly, I have nothing against ANYONE's presence on the internet, be it communists, buddhists, nazis, hippies or santa's little elves. Who exactly are you to decide who has a right of free speech again and when did the whole world give you a right to speak for everyone else and pretend your meaningless opinions are everyone else's too?

So, please, for a start at least - either SPEAK FOR YOURSELF or as far as I'm concerned, just shut the fuck up and go die in a chemical fire (IRL). Thank you very much.

Re:Not a troll (1)

lordandmaker (960504) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875818)

At a guess, the "we" is those people who care if North Korea is on the Internet or not, given the wording of the question.

He's not speaking for anyone, he's asking a question of people.

Re:Not a troll (1)

SlovakWakko (1025878) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874898)

Because 'they' are people. There are a few power-hungry morons who manage to keep them enslaved with terror and brainwashing, but I'm pretty sure you would find there a lot of nice and friendly young girls to whom you'd love to show how the Internet works ;) Also, having Internet makes people happuy (well, it makes me happy), and happy people are usually pretty reluctant to go to war.

Re:Not a troll (2)

dbIII (701233) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874938)

Communism sort of implies at least pretending to be doing something for people and not being some sort of wierd theocracy worshipping a dead former leader with his son as high priest. That strange cult in Stargate that spent so much time worshipping that they wouldn't be able to grow enough to eat is oddly close to the reality found in that place.

Re:Not a troll (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34875238)

I don't have any statistically significant evidence one way or the other, but all the smuggled information I've seen coming out of NK shows that only in the major centers(particularly where foreigners are allowed) do they spend any significant time away from work to praise dear leader.

The vast majority of people do spend a ton of time trying to provide(one specific video I recall showed a family trying to keep a UN donated tractor going even with fuel and tool shortages). Out side of Pyongyang, not everyone puts on an act to the rare journalists who get access.

Again, while I have no doubt that certain central planning measures are sub optimal to say the least, this is only anecdotal evidence. These results could be caused by a number of factors including your point above. As with all social science, without additional evidence and reasoning to rule out these uncontrolled variables, we can only say that the observed results are a function of any or all of those variables unaccounted for. I'd bet my money on certain ones being sufficient reasons, but I have no direct proof.

Re:Not a troll (1)

wvmarle (1070040) | more than 3 years ago | (#34876486)

No matter what, it's a fact that North Korea can not feed its own population. Malnutrition is a real issue in the country - only thanks to food donations mainly from South Korea they stay alive.

A few years ago I read a quite telling study: North Koreans are, on average, several cm shorter than their Southern counterparts. And that length difference is fully attributed to the poor nutrition in the north: genetically they're the same race.

Central planning doesn't work, that has been proven by the soviets already. The small patches of private land handed to farmers yielded more produce than the much larger communal farmed land.

And about the putting on an act: read any story by journalists visiting NK and you hear about this. They are not allowed to go out on their own; the whole trip is pre-arranged; and even everyone they meet en route one visit to another appears to be an "actor".

Re:Not a troll (1)

Amorymeltzer (1213818) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875006)

There are no short, witty words that end in kp, so we don't.

Re:Not a troll (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34875070)

Not even mud.kp ?

Re:Not a troll (1)

Vectormatic (1759674) | more than 3 years ago | (#34876478)

*goes to register mud.kp*

Comming soon, meme-central!! at http://moar.mud.kp/ [moar.mud.kp]

Re:Not a troll (1)

SimonInOz (579741) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875878)

--- There are no short, witty words that end in kp ...

Hmm, how about "crackpot", just without the "ot"?

Re:Not a troll (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34876618)

crac.kp/ot/

Re:Not a troll (2)

jandersen (462034) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875490)

They are an unfriendly, communist, totalitarian regime. We exactly do we care if they are on the Internet?

Because they are an unfriendly, communist, totalitarian regime; the more they enter into dialog with the rest of the world, other than through a megaphone and the barrel of a gun, the better.

If you have ever been ostracised for a prolonged period of time, as I have, then you will know that it doesn't do much to make you more open and willing to participate in the normal, more peaceful activities of life. The fact that China has broken out of isolation like they have, is exceptional, and we can't expect a country like NK with its delusional leadership to do this.

All in all, we should welcome them - then, perhaps they will find the courage to open up more and loose their paramoia, which can only be a good thing for all.

Re:Not a troll (1)

Pharmboy (216950) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875910)

Most of the gains in humans rights in China can be related to other countries opening up to them, giving them an incentive to create a more market based society. China still has far to go in the area of human rights, but they have come far since Nixon opened relations in the early 70s.

So yes, it is a good thing if North Korea gets on the internet and we try to open up to them. Since they have nukes, the only other choice would likely end is a giant glass parking lot in eastern asia, about the size of the Korean peninsula.

Re:Not a troll (1)

mutherhacker (638199) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875912)

Dear Lord Byron *STOP*. You buffoon *STOP*. You carpet bagger *STOP*. In all seriousness, I would be interested in knowing WHY you consider them unfriendly.

Re:Not a troll (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34876288)

Dear Lord Byron *STOP*. You buffoon *STOP*. You carpet bagger *STOP*.

In all seriousness, I would be interested in knowing WHY you consider them unfriendly.

I sure hope you're joking. Because if you're not, you're quite ignorant. Literally.

Google a few of these:

"North Korea bombs civilian jetliner"
"North Korea kidnaps Japanese civilians"
"North Korea sinks South Korea ship"
"North Korea shells South Korea"
"North Korea nuclear proliferation"

But maybe you don't think that's unfriendly.

Re:Not a troll (1)

mutherhacker (638199) | more than 3 years ago | (#34876774)

I bet if you replace "North Korea" with "CIA operatives in North Korea" you'll get more hits. Plx read more. I recommend Noam Chomsky as a starting point.

Re:Not a troll (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34876796)

I bet if you replace "North Korea" with "CIA operatives in North Korea" you'll get more hits.

Plx read more. I recommend Noam Chomsky as a starting point.

No thanks, I don't live in Fantasyland.

Re:Not a troll (1)

hcs_$reboot (1536101) | more than 3 years ago | (#34876290)

They are an unfriendly, communist, totalitarian regime. We exactly do we care if they are on the Internet?

Most of the North Korean people dream about an end to that regime, to build a peaceful reunited Korea.
Most of the people who endorse the totalitarian regime have no other choice.

What can we expect from that country on the Internet? Certainly a lot of inevitable regime-driven-anti-capitalistic messages.
But maybe some people over there will post some more realistic pages about their life, and how harsh it is to live there compared to what we are able to enjoy in our countries.

--
censored sig

Re:Not a troll (1)

Opportunist (166417) | more than 3 years ago | (#34877026)

[citation needed]

I'm more worried that they, lacking any information from outside, think that all the world is like this, or even worse.

Re:Not a troll (1)

elrous0 (869638) | more than 3 years ago | (#34877034)

Internet will be 100x better with Glorious Leader's presence!

Strange (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34874606)

I wonder if Stuxnet has anything to do with this?

Re:Strange (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34876120)

Yes. Their DNS records aren't stored on a hard drive, they're stored on magnetic tape wrapped around a centrifuge. If the controller fails, not only can't they enrich uranium anymore, but even more disastrous, they can't boot the server either!

All praise our leader Kim Dung Dong (1)

syousef (465911) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874610)

Our fearless leader armed with secret superweapon force western pig-dogs singlehandledly to restore what is rightfully ours. All praise our fearless leader!

Re:All praise our leader Kim Dung Dong (-1, Flamebait)

aliquis (678370) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874656)

Kim Dung Dong

Kim Big Dong Long?

Kim Dong-Ill [foogle.biz] don't sound so good :( [anusdiseases.co.cc]

(DON'T FOLLOW THE LINKS IF YOU DON'T WANT TO SEE STD INFECTED SEXUAL ORGANS. Also wtf anusdiseases? :D)

E-shop (2)

chazchaz101 (871891) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874672)

I wish the E-shop on http://www.naenara.com.kp/en/ [naenara.com.kp] wasn't "now in suspension." I could totally go for a t-shirt or something.

Re:E-shop (1)

MichaelSmith (789609) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874702)

I wonder if they have a turnip to sell me.

Re:E-shop (1)

Frosty Piss (770223) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874978)

I wonder if they have a turnip to sell me.

Or how about this honkin' radish [telegraph.co.uk] (being examined by Kim Jong Il himself!)

Re:E-shop (1)

Opportunist (166417) | more than 3 years ago | (#34877042)

The radish certainly got promoted, after all the Leader himself picked it out!

Re:E-shop (1)

fandingo (1541045) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875022)

Don't fret. There's lots of free books you can download http://www.naenara.com.kp/en/book/reading.php [naenara.com.kp] from our dear leader.

Re:E-shop (1)

WillAdams (45638) | more than 3 years ago | (#34876174)

Yep, authored in Microsoft Word and converted to .pdf using Acrobat Distiller 6.0 for Windows.

Kind of interesting to see source material for the resistance against the Japanese occupation though (which seems to have some translation / OCR issues unfortunately, ``bum all''?.

William

Re:E-shop (1)

pspahn (1175617) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875172)

I totally saw that link to "my cart" and "e-shop" and got all excited. I'd love to get me some North Korean swag. You can imagine my disappointment to find the service "now in suspension".

I wonder if it has something to do with the creamy white stuff dripping off of the navigation bar.

Re:E-shop (1)

sgt scrub (869860) | more than 3 years ago | (#34877124)

i hear ya man. their 6 year old girls do damn good work. well, if it is made within the first 82 hours of the work week anyway.

Just for fun I tried wikileaks.kp (0)

countertrolling (1585477) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874678)

It's not up yet

Can't view NK domains... (4, Funny)

incognito84 (903401) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874690)

...or I get a nasty little message telling me not to, here in Seoul. What are they worried about? It's not like looking at webpages that look like they were made in 1994 are going to make me want to cross the border.

Re:Can't view NK domains... (1)

Opportunist (166417) | more than 3 years ago | (#34877060)

They want to protect your feeble mind from the dreaded communist propaganda.

What? Why did anyone think propaganda is a one edged sword?

Anonymous Coward (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34874714)

...Now we can finally DoS THEM...

Re:Anonymous Coward (1)

Opportunist (166417) | more than 3 years ago | (#34877078)

I think I have an old Pentium on a dialup here, it should be sufficient.

.kp Webmail? (1)

chazchaz101 (871891) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874740)

From the FAQ here: http://www.naenara.com.kp/en/users/index.php?faq#faq_2_2 [naenara.com.kp] it looks like they might be offering a web based email accounts if you register. Any confirmation?

Re:.kp Webmail? (1)

Rebelgecko (893016) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874822)

Unless I'm missing something, there isn't actually a register button on the registration page, although there is an alert about some service being available within a month in the page source (http://www.naenara.com.kp/en/users/index.php?add)
However, it's nice of them to tell you in the FAQ how secure your loin info is in their database when they also embed your attempted login info in the URL in plaintext

Re:.kp Webmail? (1)

chazchaz101 (871891) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874932)

On further research, it appears that the domain does not have an MX record and that registration seems to fail if the commented out submit button is re-enabled via firebug.

I'm So Ronery by Kim Jong (1)

jarrettwold2002 (601633) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874816)

I am of course eagerly, awaiting this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xh_9QhRzJEs [youtube.com] being plastered across every site. Nothing welcomes more people to the age of the internet than derisive mockery planted on website by people that live in their parents basement and survive off a steady diet of cheetos.

Yay! (1)

lawnsprinkler (1012271) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874856)

Looking forward to see where they go with this.

Awww how cute (1)

sv_libertarian (1317837) | more than 3 years ago | (#34874944)

Dear Reader has a website. Now he get up to date with 21st century right quick! Next upgrade website with Adobe Frash prayer, and piss off riberal Apper fanboiz who can't see furr webpage on iphone.

Re:Awww how cute (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34875194)

stil beats most Amrcn kds dEz dAz, hu hav yt 2 Lern how 2 wrte a full wrd much less Lern 2 spL.

Racist much?

Invade North Korea From Below (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34875004)

Would it be possible for a military to dig deep underground and from several points miles apart, invade and liberate the citizens of NK?

Re:Invade North Korea From Below (2)

Freultwah (739055) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875410)

North Koreans have at least four times set out to liberate the South this way [wikipedia.org] .

One to pre-emptively block (4, Funny)

WillerZ (814133) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875198)

TwoGirlsOne.kp?

Re:One to pre-emptively block (1)

Cwix (1671282) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875480)

Ahh the best .kp address I've seen so far.. Bravo!

How do I register (1)

lul_wat (1623489) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875260)

www.bestkorea.kp ?

Strong HTML design (3, Interesting)

Ailure (853833) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875274)

So does this mean we get to see more "strong" HTML? [thedailywtf.com] ;)

The might (1)

NightFears (869799) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875298)

it appears more might be on the way

All hail the might of the proletarian tongue [yhchang.com] !

So they're coming online now (1)

sea4ever (1628181) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875552)

..but does this mean that 'Anonymous' is going to DDoS them back off the internet soon? North Korea seems like a place they would target.

I cant wait for the spam from the KP (1, Funny)

Rivalz (1431453) | more than 3 years ago | (#34875736)

Spam from N Korea is something like this:

You Lecherous infidel capitalist swine need to buy our Koragra the newest in Dictatorship enhancement with PENIS ENVY.

Side Effects Include: Bi-Polar Mood Swings, Funny Hair, Insane Offspring, God Complex, Ego Maniacal Tendency and sexual arousal towards Disney Characters.

Order now and receive a free trial if you sign ownership of your immortal soul to the honored leader ping pong ill

Brilliant (1)

s1lverl0rd (1382241) | more than 3 years ago | (#34876170)

There's actually a lot of cool things on those sites, including the Strategy of Brilliant Commander [goo.gl] . It reminds me of that shouting NK news anchor we keep seeing...

Re:Brilliant (1)

wvmarle (1070040) | more than 3 years ago | (#34876534)

Your link is broken.
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