The United States is close to publicly blaming North Korea for the Sony cyberbreach. Could North Korea really pull off something like this when it can barely keep the lights on? A former American hacker who also attacked Sony is raising doubts, CBS News' Elaine Quijano reports.
Working under the code name Sabu, Hector Monsegur was responsible for some of the most notorious hacks ever committed. As he told "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose earlier this month, Monsegur began cooperating with the FBI after getting caught. He now works as a security researcher.