BBC Documentary from 2018.
Reports of printers hacked with a message to follow the biggest Youtuber – Pew Die Pie – have been reported since a couple of days back. A hacker claims to have hacked 50 000 printers (according to some sources) or up to 150 000 (according to other sources).
He urged users to unsubscribe the Indian ‘T-Series’ channel, which right now is the second most followed Youtube channel and could possibly overthrow the Swede at any time. The Twitter user “TheHackerGiraffe” claims to be the one responsable for the hack. He scanned the Internet to find the list of vulnerable printers with port 9100 open using Shodan, a search engine for internet-connected devices and exploited them.
How the message looks? Check it out below:
The hacker group responsible for the hack aganst Sony, demanded that studio’s movie “The Interview“, starring Seth Rogen and James Fraco, would be pulled off from screening by threatening with terror attacks.
Sony has agreed not to show the movie and the hackers are now pleased. They announced that they would stop leaking personal emails if the movie is never to be shown, nor to appear on pirate sites and any image and poster of it from the Internet to be removed.
Sony has been hacked and some of their emails got revealed on the Internet.
There are conversations about the future of the Spider-Man franchise, a Marvel- Sony crossover and of course director names for some planned, yet unannounced projects. We would like to report more about the news and cover the leak in detail but Sony has threatened that they will fight anyone reporting about the news found in the leak.
Stay tunned thought as we still might report something.
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