Hackers have found the latest way to take over churches in North Korea.
Hackers on Tuesday stole the documents of over 1,000 churches, which were released by the North Korean government in 2014, in what they called a campaign to “purify” the country.
The documents, which are classified by the National Security Commission, show how North Korean churches are run and are run as an official government entity.
Hacktivists have also posted the document online.
Hackdroid’s website showed a screenshot of the document that was posted online on Tuesday.
Hackpylons website has also been compromised and the document has been posted to a list of sites on the site that can be targeted for cyberattacks.
A Hacker News user named “Haventseen” said the hack of the North Korea government was a “very smart operation.”
The document is a copy of the National Assembly document, according to Hackdrops website.
Hacknet said it did not provide the details of the hack, but did say that “the leaked documents show how the North Koreans have tried to run their churches and to manage the state finances.”
The leaked documents have been circulating on the internet for months.
Hackcamps has also posted copies of the documents online.
North Korea is one of the world’s most secretive states.
The government controls much of North Korea and is responsible for some of the most repressive practices in the world.
The country’s leader, Kim Jong Un, has also used his state power to punish those who criticize him, while the North’s propaganda media has made use of other methods to spread propaganda.