Hackers Leaked Game of Thrones Stars’ Personal Phone Numbers, Addresses & Emails
Hackers Leaked Game of Thrones Stars’ Personal Phone Numbers, Addresses & Emails

It has only been a little more than a week since HBO confirmed it had suffered a hack on its servers, and things go from bad to worse for the television network. However, now after the fourth installment of the seventh season of Game of Thrones last week, hackers who have attacked HBO have also attacked the members of the cast of the popular Game of Thrones series, as a result hackers leaked their personal data online.

Hackers Leaked Game of Thrones Stars’ Personal Phone Numbers, Addresses & Emails

Following the leak of the fourth installment of the seventh season of Game of Thrones last week, it seems that the hackers who have attacked HBO have also attacked the members of the cast of the popular Game of Thrones series. Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, among many others, right now must be having a bad time, since their personal data like phone numbers and email addresses were leaked online.

It has only been a little more than a week since HBO confirmed it had suffered a hack on its servers, and things go from bad to worse for the television network. Recently, it was known that hackers have asked for 6 million dollars in Bitcoins not to continue to reveal content, and as if that were not enough, the personal information of the actors have also been filtered by the criminals.

In total, hackers allegedly have 1.5 terabytes of data, including scripts for upcoming episodes of Game of Thrones and two unreleased episodes of Ballers and Room 104. And according to The Guardian, so far only have posted 3 to 4 GB of data.

One of the filtered documents is said to contain a list of Game of Thrones seventh-season stars home phone numbers, e-mail addresses and home address, including key cast members such as Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage, and Lena Headey.

The new filtration also includes Game of Thrones five-episode script drafts and technical documents detailing HBO’s network and administrator passwords as well as a month-long e-mail message from the HBO vice president for programming Movies, Leslie Cohen.

HBO still is not clear what the content of its servers that managed to steal the hackers. For now, the company is conducting a forensic investigation is underway, but maintains some skepticism with the information that the criminals claim to have in their possession.

So, what do you think about this new leak? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.



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