"As we have clearly stated on several occasions, we have nothing to do with cyber attack and we do not feel a need to respond, on a case-by-case basis, to such absurd allegations of the US", the spokesman said, according to the North's official KCNA news agency.
North Korea yesterday denied United States accusations it was behind the WannaCry global ransomware cyberattack, saying Washington was demonising it.
The WannaCry ransomware attack was a massive infiltration of over 300 thousand computers all around the globe.
The statement is North Korea's first response to the US' decision to publicly attribute blame for the WannaCry ransomware attack to the country. The U.S. government estimates North Korea's nuclear weapon count is as high as 60.
The latest accusations against the communist government only heighten the tensions between the US and North Korea, which have been battling for months over North Korea's nuclear and missile program.
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It also warned other nations against "unreasonably following the footsteps of the US".
The Nov. 29 ICBM test was North Korea's most powerful yet, and experts have speculated that the country might be able to reach the continental United States. The North was also suspected of involvement in a cyberattack on Sony's U.S. subsidiary 3 years ago.
Those conclusions didn't sit well with the North Koreans.
North Korean hackers have also been accused of a cyberattack on South Korean bitcoin exchange Youbit, which filed for bankruptcy this week as a result of the attack.
Kurtz believes that North Korea is "building a cache" of cryptocurrencies that its hackers steal to gain benefits from its appreciation in value and to continue to do global commerce despite the sanctions placed on them.