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North Korea's Cyber WMD Capability V1.1
North Korea's Cyber WMD Capability V1.1

First posted 24 January 2019; Updated 20 March 2019

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Iran's Cyber Warfare Capability
3. North Korea's Cyber Warfare Capability
4. The 5G Base-Station Networks
5. The 6G Base-Station Networks
6. The EMF Cyber WMD
7. North Korea's Supercomputer Capability
8. Rare Earth Mineral Prerequisite For Supercomputer Dominance
9. Conclusion
10. References

1. Introduction

All warfare is based on deception. There is no place where espionage is not used.

-Sun Tzu, Wu general, military strategist and philosopher, "The Art of War", 512 BC

Gone are the days when the U.S. could threaten the DPRK with a blunt military invasion.

And as of 2018, the DPRK has already secured a credible nuclear deterrence against any direct act of aggression.

This is why the U.S. is now mostly using indirect strategies of proxy war against bigger military powerhouses, as demonstrated with the 2011 Jasmin Revolution targeting Syria, Libya and all the Middle East, the 21 February 2014 coup against Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, and of course the botched 15 July 2016 coup d'état, thwarted by Turkish President Erdogan.

Moreover, the U.S. nuclear blackmail is only a paper tiger. The nuclear arms era started in 1945 was already superseded by directed energy weapons in the 1947s.

Today, the U.S. nuclear warheads pose no threats to the North Korean strategists.

Conversely, the nuclear arsenals of enemy powers from the global arrogance will never deter the DPRK from exercising its legitimate right to conduct with its Cyber WMD, any preemptive strike deemed necessary to ensure the security of the Socialist Republic.  

2. Iran's Cyber Warfare Capability

The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps' (IRGC) Aerospace Division have in the past decade successfully infiltrated the U.S. drone command and control networks.

In addition to this covert stealth capability, “seven or eight aerial vehicles with regular flights in Syria and Iraq were under the IRGC's control, that could monitor in real time their data, and manage to acquire their first-hand information”.

In the most famous overt operation, Iran even went to ground a U.S. unmanned aerial vehicle RQ-170 Sentinel in December 2011 using electronic warfare techniques, as the stealth aircraft was flying over the Iranian city of Kashmar near the Afghan border.

Back in November 2018, General Hajizadeh highlighted the Islamic Republic’s drone intelligence, saying Iran now knows in which hangar of the US' Kandahar Airfield in Afghanistan the RQ-170 had been deployed.

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▲ 1. Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has released a U.S. drone footage acquired via infiltrating the U.S. drone command and control networks.

3. North Korea's Cyber Warfare Capability

According to some so-called North Korean defectors, there are two major groups in North Korea who are able to conduct cyber attacks: the No. 91 Office, and Bureau 121.

Many have been speculated that Bureau 121 was behind the attack on Sony in 2014. The unprecedented cyber attack resulted in the disrupted release of the infamous U.S. propaganda movie "The Interview", (a most heinous film cruelly depicting the barbaric assassination of North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un in graphic and gory detail), as well as the leaking of a trove of internal emails, and five unreleased movies.

4. The 5G Base-Station Networks

Massive MIMO technology is key in the new 5G communications. Often referred to as massive multiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO), this technology is also described as beamforming with a large number of antennas.

Beamforming, according to its basic definition, is the ability to adapt the radiation pattern of the antenna array to a particular scenario. In the cellular communications space, many people think of beamforming as steering a lobe of power in a particular direction toward a user. Relative amplitude and phase shifts are applied to each antenna element to allow for the output signals from the antenna array to coherently add together for a particular transmit/receive angle and destructively cancel each other out for other signals.

Massive MIMO also acknowledges that in real-world systems, data transmitted between an antenna and a user terminal—and vice versa—undergoes filtering from the surrounding environment. The signal may be reflected off buildings and other obstacles, and these reflections will have an associated delay, attenuation, and direction of arrival. There may not even be a direct line-of-sight between the antenna and the user terminal.

As an example, consider an antenna array with 32 transmit (Tx) and 32 receive (Rx) channels operating in the 3.5-GHz band. There are 64 RF signal chains to be put in place, and the spacing between the antennas is approximately 4.2 cm given the operating frequency.

5G will use spectrum in the existing LTE frequency range (600 MHz to 6 GHz) and also in millimeter wave (mmWave) bands (24–86 GHz).

Millimeter waves are broadcast at frequencies between 30 and 300 gigahertz, compared to the bands below 6 GHz that were used for mobile devices in the past. They are called millimeter waves because they vary in length from 1 to 10 mm, compared to the radio waves that serve today’s smartphones, which measure tens of centimeters in length.

And as admitted, by the professionals (Ericsson) in their own words:
Quote:EMF compliance may be a "challenge"(sic!) for 5G massive MIMO sites if assuming theoretical maximum power for all beams

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▲ 2. Size of exclusion zone (read danger zone) with 1/100 of International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) limit of 5G base station with massive MIMO, at 3.5GHz and 28 GHz maximum power(theoretical maximum transmitted power 200 W): 115 meters .

5. The 6G Base-Station Networks

Quote:5:55 AM - 21 Feb 2019

I want 5G, and even 6G, technology in the United States as soon as possible. It is far more powerful, faster, and smarter than the current standard. American companies must step up their efforts, or get left behind. There is no reason that we should be lagging behind on.........

-Donald Trump, P.O.T.U.S.

In terms of speed, 6G networks will allow for 1Tbps by making use of sub-1THZ spectrum and will focus on connecting the “trillions” of objects, rather than the “billions” of mobile devices.

The sub-1THz frequencies earmarked for 6G will be even poorer at penetrating indoors than the mmWave spectrum set to be used in 5G, so it could be that building owners, rather than operators, build out the networks.

In term of imagery at close range, these teraherz frequencies would even allow not only to distinguish and track each individual person indoor or outdoor but even to discern the various materials.

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▲ 3. High Resolution Imaging using 325 GHz (right) and 1.5 THz (left) Transceivers.

6. The EMF Cyber WMD

The first covert phase would be the stealthy infiltration of the enemy 5G/6G networks, both in the U.S., Japan, etc. This could take some time.

Thus allowing the overt phase to follow, by taking the control of all the base stations, a massive coordinated and synchronized attack targeting all the biological objectives could wipe out majors enemy cities, military bases from their personnel and civilian inhabitants as well, within hours. Remotely and silently burning their brains or other vital internal organs.

Further waves of attack would follow treating the remaining non-biological jammable, electronic-sensitive high value targets, leaving them dysfunctional.

7. North Korea's Supercomputer Capability

Back in 2016, information indicated that North Korea’s “private intranet,” the Kwangmyong (광명; 光明) network, had just 28 websites, the servers for which could be in North Korea or China. Its existence therefore provides no hint about high-end computing in North Korea, because websites like those visible on Kwangmyong could be hosted on a laptop and could easily be based in China itself. However, North Korean missile and nuclear development efforts would likely be a magnet for the multi-CPU servers and more powerful parallel supercomputers readily available in China.

Are there indications of supercomputer use in North Korea?

The year 2017 alone gives us an undisputable answer.

By accumulating ICBM ballistic missile tests, amounting to 9 in 9 months, the DPRK had launched 3 types of different ballistic missiles, completing before the year's end what Western analysts had previously deemed feasible only in 3 years of time, that is the Hwasong-15 ICBM, able to reach the mainland U.S.

Moreover, the DPRK has conducted simultaneously a sixth nuclear test, where it demonstrated a thermonuclear capability, with a yield of 250 kilotons.

A feat that only the Big Five of the permanent members of the United Nations Security Council had accomplished.

Therefore, the use of supercomputers is the only explanation.

The processors at the heart of these supercomputers are multicore CPUs arranged in parallel—yielding the kind of number crunching power needed to forecast the weather, create and attack communications ciphers, simulate nuclear bomb blasts, and design missiles, among other things.

8. Rare Earth Mineral Prerequisite For Supercomputer Dominance

As discussed above, the development of powerful enough supercomputer, that is the machines that can achieve military and scientific breakthroughs thanks to their enormous processing power, is instumental in the DPRK's rise as a global world's superpower.

According to the Top 500 list, published on Monday June 25, 2018, China has 206 supercomputers and is leading the U.S. by a record margin—82. The U.S. has just 124 machines on the list.

China emerged from having not a single supercomputer on the list in 2002 to becoming a dominant power—it has had the top supercomputer on the Top 500 list for the past five years.

The difference with China is that in the DPRK, these strategic assets are kept totally secret.

No need to add that such supercomputer research can not be conducted without a sufficient reserve of rare earth minerals, the sine qua non prerequisite in semiconductor industry.

Indeed, North Korea's 216 million tonne Jongju deposit, theoretically worth trillions of dollars, would more than double the current global known resource of REE oxides which according to the U.S. Geological Survey is pegged at 110 million tonnes.

This amounts to five times that of China's, the current world's first rare earth minerals exporter. Making Kim Jong Un's Korea the military powerhouse the most likely to first succeed in developing and fielding the largest armies of cyber warfare supercomputers.

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▲ 4. First world's reserve of Rare Earth Elements in the DPRK.

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4B. The U.S. will continue its beggar bowl's world tour, as long as it needs to import Rare Earth Elements (R.E.E.), only to stay afloat in the A.I. race.

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▲ 5. Official and ambitious goal of North Korea's space program, the exploitation of the lunar rare earths reserve.

9. Conclusion

Indeed the U.S. Dystopian Empire is only a paper tiger, a colossus with feet of clay, since day one of its take over.

The DPRK has the capability to simply put an end to the century-long Pax Americana, within an hour of conflict, thus starting the dawn of a multi-millennial long Pax Coreana, that will be reminded as the longest Golden Age of Humankind. At the discretion of its Supreme Leader, should He decide to do so, and at the time of His choosing.

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▲ 6. DPRK's Cyber WMD opening the dawn of the Pax Coreana.


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10. References


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