PewDiePie vs T-Series: Hackers Take Over Google's Chromecast

We all know very well that PewDiePie has more than 79 million subscribers on YouTube and not only that even, for now, it has the channel with the most subscribers in the world. But, the fact is that this could change soon, as the well-known Indian channel, T-Series is on its heels with 78 million subscribers. But, now according to the latest reports, the fans of the well-known Swedish YouTuber, of course, PewDiePie are not happy with this news.

PewDiePie vs T-Series: Hackers Take Over Google’s Chromecast

We all know very well that PewDiePie has more than 79 million subscribers on YouTube and not only that even, for now, it has the channel with the most subscribers in the world. But, the fact is that this could change soon, as the well-known Indian channel, T-Series is on its heels with 78 million subscribers.

But, what is the problem? Yes, the problem is that here is the fans of PewDiePie are not happy with this news. It clearly means that the Swedish YouTuber, of course, PewDiePie has a really strong fan following over the other channels. Hence, this incident has led many of his fans to carry out a particular campaign to get their idol to win more subscribers and defeat the well-known Indian Channel T-Series.

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Hence, now according to the well-known media platform, of course, ZDNet, a duo of hackers would be claiming to have harmed thousands of Chromecasts, smart TVs and various Google devices connected to the internet simply to play a video urging users to subscribe to the channel of the well-known Swedish YouTuber, of course, PewDiePie.

The hackers behind this attack would be known as “TheHackerGiraffe” and “J3ws3r”. The video that the hackers managed to strain on these devices only shows the following message which is mentioned below:-

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The message clearly asking the viewer to please enter a link where they explain that the attack is made by the “security” of its users and how easy it is to expose their information. They also show you how to disable the irritating video and, in bold, leave them the little message “you should also subscribe to PewDiePie.”

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However, the battle for the channel with the most subscribers in the world will not end soon. As both of these two channels will continue to endeavor to be the first. So, what do you think about this and which one will win? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.



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