The crew behind the Game of Thrones breach has succeeded to grab above 1.5 terabytes of data from HBO’s set-up.
A quick story of Game of Thrones episode appealed to be the final episode of the present season, have been shared on the internet by a crew of hackers naming themselves ‘Mr. Smith’, who cracked the HBO’s set-up.
The hackers allegedly sent thorough plot summary of the season 7 final ‘The Dragon and The Wolf’ to journals counting Mashable, The Independent and Express UK, who all fixed not to publish it.
The set behind the breach has coped to grab over 1.5 terabytes of data from the HBO and rendering to a statement by the Mashable they are naming the recent leakage as the “sixth wave of leaks”.
“The hacker might continue to drip bits and pieces of stolen data in an effort to create media attention,” HBO expressed Mashable in a declaration. “That’s a game we are not going to partake in,” the organization said.
Rendering to Mashable’s statement the group has claimed nearly $6.5 million worth of Bitcoin from the HBO.
“Moreover, we publically notify you and other hundreds of reporters whom mailing us that we vended ‘HBO IS FALLING’s complete collection (5 TB!!!) to 3 client in deep web and we got half of entreated ransom,” the hackers told Mashable. “We place a condition for our esteemed customers and they agreed. We will leak numerous waves of HBO’s interior stuff to penalize them for playing us and set an instance of greedy firm.”
“Game of throne is over,” engraved Mr. Smith to Mashable.