North Korea Gets Second Route to Internet Via Russia Link


Bandwidth possibly doubled, according to researcher FireEye; Chinese provider offered the sole connection until now Pavel Alpeyev (Bloomberg) -- North Korea now has two ways to get on the internet, thanks to a new connection from Russia, according to cybersecurity outfit FireEye Inc. Russian telecommunications company TransTeleCom opened a new link for users in North Korea, Bryce Boland, chief technology officer for the Asia-Pacific region at FireEye, said in an interview on Monday.


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