Hackers release Game of Thrones episode in million dollar ransom demand
A group of hackers released a bunch of stolen HBO files on Monday and asked it to send millions of dollars of network rescue to prevent the entire TV series and other sensitive documents from being released.
HBO has admitted stealing the “proprietary information” and said it will continue to investigate and is working with police and network security experts.
Five minutes from “Mr.” Video Smith “for Richard Plepler (Richard Plepler) of HBO CEO to provide the dump, hackers with a black background in the displacement of white text to provide the latter through … In other words: pay within three days or see the Organization that claims to steal a 1.5 TB HBO program and keeps company data, loading the entire series and sensitive property documents.
Specifically, the hackers demanded “we paid six months in Bitcoin” and claim that they earn $ 12 million to $ 15 million annually from their blacklist organization that has penetrated the network. They say they will only deal directly with the “Richard”, just a detailed description of how to pay the “letter”.