Welcome to the globalization of Seth Rogen. Last week, Sony Pictures suffered an enormous hack, and North Korea is the prime suspect. One key piece of suggestive evidence: When Sony announced plans to release the Seth Rogen/James Franco comedy about a plot to kill Kim Jong Un, a North Korean foreign ministry spokesperson claimed that everyone in his country was determined “to mercilessly destroy anyone who dares hurt or attack the supreme leadership of the country, even a bit.” (Might be time for this dude to chill out and watch Pineapple Express .)

+ More details on the malware likely used in the Sony attack.

+ Kevin Roose: This “could be one of the largest corporate hacks in history.”