The online attack against Sony Pictures might slowly be cooling off, but The Intercept reports that feds are still urging vigilance: in particular, one news organization might be the hackers' next target.
An official FBI bulletin obtained by The Intercept and embedded below provides a vague description of a possible plot by the Guardians of Peace:
The threat against the unnamed news organization by the Guardians of Peace, the hacker group that has claimed credit for the Sony attack, "may extend to other such organizations in the near future," according to a Joint Intelligence Bulletin of the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security obtained by The Intercept.
There is no mention of any particular news organization. It appears the FBI notice is based on anonymous postings to Pastebin, where the Guardians of Peace had issued statements and links to leaked materials in the past. However, there's no way to prove that Pastebin items like this one and this one (which specifically mentions CNN) are actually from the hackers—in fact, there are plenty of reasons to suspect they're not. The inclusion of a stupid YouTube video and the added "P.S. You have 24 hours to give us the Wolf" strike me as something out of a prank, or a goofy copycat.