Kaspersky reportedly supplied evidence that Pyongyang was also directly responsible for hacks in over a dozen other nations and that the cash was likely used to fund North Korea's nuclear weapons program.
The rapid advancement of the North Korean nuclear program has put the US under increasing pressure in recent months.
Japan, U.S. and South Korea officials "strongly denounced" the provocation from North Korea in violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions that ban the reclusive country from firing any ballistic missile, Seoul's ministry said, according to Yonhap News Agency.
He said: "This is Trump saying "no, I am a man of my word".
The North Korean players did not comment to the media after the game.
Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said Japan will continue to implement its policy of bilateral talks and sanctions against North Korea, Efe news reported.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un offered his support to Syria.
The use of solid fuel, instead of liquid propellant, is a worrying development for other countries as it will shorten the amount of time needed for preparations to fire a missile and make it more hard for others to detect the signs of its launch in advance. South Korean, in red uniforms, and North Korean women soccer players hi-five after their AFC Women's Asian Cup Jordan 2018 qualifying soccer match at the Kim Il Sung Stadium on Friday, April 7, 2017, in Pyongyang, North Korea. Although North Korea is a nuclear state with nuclear arms, a far more unsafe scenario is the collapse of the regime in Pyongyang and the political vacuum that would create.
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One official who was part of the NSC review said he doesn't think deploying nukes to South Korea amid the "war today" state the USA now faces with North Korea "buys more for us than it costs".
"Xi Jinping, the Chinese leader visiting Mar-a-Lago, nearly certainly interpreted the strike as a sign of disrespect to him".
The announcement comes a day after Trump and Xi wrapped up two days of meetings in the US.
Jia Qingguo, a professor of International Relations at Beijing University, said the North's nuclear arsenal and highly sensitive geopolitical position meant the fallout of any military action could be catastrophic. Recent reports of a North Korean capability to produce lithium-6 are another indication of Pyongyang's progress toward more advanced nuclear weapons.
Pyongyang has routinely threatened to use the full extent of its nuclear arsenal in response to perceived hostilities by the US and Washington's regional allies such as South Korea and Japan.
Bruce Bechtol, a former intelligence analyst who has published several books on North Korea, noted the conflict with North Korea is more complex since any action would have to be coordinated with the South. However, the last thing that Kim Jong Un would want to do would be to lose his power as well as his country.
It is unclear whether the two leaders have actually discussed the issue yet, but the AP wrote that, ahead of dinner, Trump said he and Xi already had a long discussion and "developed a friendship", after which he joked, "I have gotten nothing, absolutely nothing".