A British teenager has hacked North Korea’s version of Facebook just days after it was launched.
Andrew McKean, 18, from Scotland, gained access to the site by correctly guessing the login and password were set to ‘admin’ and ‘password’.
The college student was then able to take control of the page and promptly changed the advertising boxes so they read: ‘Uh, I didn’t create this site just found the login.’
He said he also had the ability to delete and suspend users, change the site’s name, censor certain words and see everyone’s e-mails.
The teenager could also see that the site, which was hosted in North Korea, had been called ‘Best Korea’s Social Network.’
Original Source: The Daily Mail
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