North Korea made a Facebook clone and it was immediately hacked
A website registered in North Korea appeared on the Internet Friday. It was a social network that looked almost exactly like Facebook: a blue and white color scheme, a newsfeed, the ability to add friends, post statuses, like, comment and share.
After the news hit that the site existed, Motherboard reported that the site had been hacked by an 18-year-old college student from Scotland.
After checking out the site, Andrew McKean clicked the “Admin” link at the bottom which brought up a login page. From there he guessed the username and password pretty easily: “admin” and “password.” Read more…