To date, the hackers have released episodes of Ballers, Room 104, Insecure, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Barry, and The Deuce.
Chairman Richard Plepler told employees in an email on Monday that the hackers had stolen proprietary information, including some programming. We've already seen leaked scripts of unaired Game of Thrones episodes and it's said that unaired episodes of some other shows have been leaked as well. Transparency with our employees, partners, and the creative talent that works with us has been our focus throughout this incident and will remain our focus as we move forward.
The same hackers have subsequently released two dumps of HBO material and demanded a multimillion-dollar ransom.
Hackers who broke into HBO's cyber security system are not backing down.
The leaks have been trickling out over several weeks, but the focus has now switched away from Game of Thrones.
HBO declined to comment on the leaked message to Variety, but the publication confirmed the veracity of the email with someone close to the investigation.
HBO reportedly offered $250000 in 'bounty payment' to the hacker who stole its episodes and emails
On Sunday, a report from the Associated Press reported that hackers have released more upcoming episodes of some of HBO's top shows. The hacker claimed to have Game Of Thrones data measuring up to 1.5 TB.
HBO, it looks like the hacker isn't done yet. Do you think that HBO should pay the Bitcoin ransom?
Things will probably get worse before they get better, when it comes to cyber incidents like this.
HBO was hit with a massive hack with Mr. Smith claiming to have obtained 1.5 terabytes (1500 gigabytes) of data in an attack they claim took six-months to accomplish.
Notably, HBO said the $250,000 were a bug bounty payment.
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