Zack Whittaker writes:
A series of hacks have hit the South Korean population, in a string of hacking attacks which have caused widespread disruption to the country’s state-run and privately operated firms.
South Korean domain registrar Gabia has been hacked, exposing over 100,000 domains and 350,000 users.
It is thought in some cases, data may have been stolen and widespread disruption to services caused.
Read more on ZDNet.