The latest regarding the Sony hacker group, "The Guardians of the Peace," is that the FBI has concluded North Korea was behind the attack that came about as a result of Sony's satirical comedy, The Interview, which featured a death scene involving North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.
North Korea is denying the allegations and has requested a joint investigation into the matter with the United States.
The U.S., in turn, has requested the aid of China, as apparently China provides North Korean its internet service.
President Obama has also added his two cents stating Sony made the wrong decision to pull The Interview.
Sony responded by stating they're not sure what Obama is talking about as they did request the aid of the White House.
Now "The Guardians of Peace" has responded to the allegation that North Korea is behind the attack as they posted an anonymous message via Pastebin that included the following message and a link to the following video.
It's also recently become known that Sony has deleted the social networks for The Interview; however, it's been said they have not ruled out releasing the movie through video-on-demand or some sort of digital network.
Here is the message sent to various journalists:
The result of investigation by FBI is so excellent that you might have seen what we were doing with your own eyes.
We congratulate you success.
FBI is BEST in the world.
You will find gift for FBI at the following address.