In a harrowing, bizzare video, the retired veteran "admits" he came back to North Korea to pass messages to embedded spies and terrorists.
It sounds like it’s out of an old cyberpunk movie, but North Korea already employed this very tactic to infect South Korean computers just last year.
uProxy is a clever, free way to circumvent Internet restrictions in the countries with the worst censorship track records.
According to Kaspersky Labs, this is the first time a hack can be attributed to a North Korean agency.
Pyongyang is closed to the world, but it's open on Instagram.
Snowden is just the latest American icon North Korea has co-opted for its videos.