Sony Pictures is working to get back on track after its systems were hacked last week, followed by the online leak of a number of its unreleased movies. Many people believe that the perpetrator could be North Korea, but a spokesman for the the country only replied, “Wait and see,” when asked about the attack.
In June this year, North Korea complained about a Sony Pictures comedy film, The Interview, in which Seth Rogan and James Franco play two reporters who are recruited by the CIA to assassinate Kim Jong-un. North Korea described the film as an act of war and asked the United Nations to prevent its release. The film does not seem to be one of the many that were leaked after the attack.
Sony Pictures now has a number of important services back online and the FBI continues its investigation of the cyber attack.