Park, who is believed to be in North Korea, conspired to conduct a series of attacks including the creation of the malware used in the 2017 WannaCry 2.0 global ransomware attack; the 2016 theft of United States dollars 81 million from Bangladesh Bank; the 2014 attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment and numerous other attacks or intrusions on entertainment, financial services, defence, technology and virtual currency industries.
Actor Randall Park playing Kim Jong-Un in the Sony Pictures movie The Interview-a movie hackers didn't leak.
The FBI's criminal complaint also said British production company Mammoth Screen had been suffered an electronic intrusion in 2014. The complaint said there was no evidence AMC Theatres was breached.
The suspected hacker, Pak Jin Hyok, acted on behalf of the Hermit Kingdom's Reconnaissance General Bureau, the military intelligence agency that controls most of the country's cyber capabilities, The Washington Post reported, citing United States officials.
The US Treasury Department has imposed sanctions against Park and the Chinese-based front company he worked for, Chosun Expo.
"We will not allow North Korea to undermine global cybersecurity to advance its interests and generate illicit revenues in violation of our sanctions", Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a statement.
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He apologized for any inappropriate conduct with Rapp but has not commented since and has stepped away from public life. Seagal is still under scrutiny for another alleged sexual assault , although the details of the accusation are unclear.
It's unlikely he will be extradited because the US has no formal relations with North Korea.
The widespread 2014 attack on Sony, conducted by a group calling itself the Guardians of Peace, exposed a number of embarrassing emails between producers and top executives at the movie studio. The company, affiliated with North Korean military intelligence, does a mix of state-sponsored hacking and innocuous paid coding work, according to the complaint.
The FBI released this photo of Park Jin Hyok of North Korea, who is wanted in connection with the hack of Sony Pictures.
WannaCry affected hundreds of thousands of computers in more than 150 countries previous year and the Sony Pictures hack resulted in leaked films, scripts, employee information, internal emails and company passwords.
President Trump, for his part, has been on cosy terms with the North Korean dictator ever since their joint photo-op at a historic summit in June of this year.
The US government acknowledged that it is unlikely to get their hands on Park Jin Hyok - his last known location was North Korea and the US does not have an extradition treaty with the dictatorship - but argued it was still important to name him and lodge a formal complaint. "We will get it done together!"