The pro-ISIS hacker group that already attacked a New Mexico newspaper and U.S. Department of Defense social media accounts is at it again. And, the target is kind of confusing. This time around, the cybercriminals are targeting North Korea.
The group took over a Facebook page that appears to belong to North Korean airline Air Koryo, though it's still unclear if it's the company's official account.
The hackers added the ISIS flag to the page, posted a photo of Kim Jong Un crying at his father's funeral and called the North Korean leader a crying pig.
So, why is the group so upset with North Korea? It appears that the hackers are upset with North Korea and China for supposedly working with its enemies, according to one of the posts on the Air Koryo page.
Another photo showing Isis fighters was captioned “North Korea the communist thug nation and the Chinese communist thugs will pay a price for their collaboration with the enemies of the muwahideen”.
The hackers also posted their notorious "I love you ISIS" message along with "Cyber Caliphate" in the caption area of the page's profile picture.