North Koreans' OS X clone is now available to everyone


Well yes, as you have been able to read in the title of this article, the North Korean operating system, the Red Star 3.0 known to all back in 2010, has been made available to everyone a few days ago by the hackers Slipstream and Raylee. 

In this article we provide you with the web address from which you will be able to download the ISO of it, being able to install and steal it at will, although before you can do anything, We warn you that it is your responsibility what may happen to your computer after its installation.

In recent weeks North Korea has become fashionable due to the problems they have had with the broadcast of a movie called The Interview. It has openly threatened South Korea, the United States and Japan, but as you all know, companies like Apple have not been stopped and has been made available to users said film for rent. 

For quite some time, North Korea has seen itself as an airtight place that went the other way when it comes to operating systems, not letting in any of the ones that most mortals use. In their case, they have created their own operating system to which they have given the appearance of OS X, but which had never been tested.

Now, with the leak that has occurred of this operating system which calls itself Red Star 3.0 we can see at what point of evolution North Korea is in terms of operating systems. It seems that technically is a LINUX distribution with KDE brushstrokes that has taken things from the operating system of the bitten apple. If you want to download this ISO, you can do it from the following link.

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  1.   ElprofeCabello  (@elprofecabello) said

    In what language is it?