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Topic - Kim Heung-Kwang
North Korean students are recruited to the nation's top science schools to become "cyberwarriors," said Kim Heung-kwang, who said he trained future hackers at a university in the industrial North Korean city of Hamhung for two decades before defecting in 2003.
Kim Heung-kwang, who has lived in Seoul since 2004, speculated that more have been recruited since then and said some are based in China to infiltrate networks abroad.