North Korea internet connections is back after the outage that lasted close to 10 hours, few days after Sony pictures was hacked.
The North Korea suffered internet outage in the country after Sony pictures was hacked recently because of its comedy action film "The Interview" which includes the assassination of North Korea leader, Kim Jong un, which probably did not go down well the leader and asked Sony pictures to cancel the premiere of the film
A widespread Internet outage in North Korea that lasted about 9.5 hours appeared to be over late Tuesday after a preliminary look at some North Korean websites. However, it was unclear if all of the nation's Internet connections were back up.
The blackout came less than a week after the FBI accused the country of being behind the hack that forced Sony Pictures to cancel the release of 'The Interview.' The Internet blackout began sometime Monday morning Eastern Time, a U.S. official confirmed to NBC News.
Two U.S. officials denied any U.S. involvement in the outage. It was not immediately clear what had caused the outage, which came after President Barack Obama promised that the United States would "respond proportionally" to what he said on Sunday was an "act of cyber vandalism."