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‘Game of Thrones’ Final Episode Leaked by HBO Hackers: Reports

'Game of Thrones' Final Episode Leaked by HBO Hackers: Reports

Season 7 of the Game of Thrones draws to a close on this Sunday.  It appears that the HBO hackers have ended up the whole finale two days earlier.  All you need to do was to ask this “Mr. Smith” for the leak.  While it undeniably falls onto your desk.

You might not find the video up for the episode 7 of season 7.  However, the alleged summary and confidential plot of The Dragon and the Wolf have surfaced over the web.

This is the sixth wave of leak on part of the HBO hackers.  They had previously demanded a huge ranson from the Time-Warner owned channel.  When this effort seemed futile, they carried on with their much notorious leaks.

The hacking group reported to the Mashable on Friday with this engaging content.  “We know exactly what HBO and shoemakers around are doing now.  Unlike HBO, we never getting surprised. Pattern analysis of HBO’s silly hidden acts are as we expected. We eagerly waiting for Fireye’s report … tell them to hurry up,” they wrote over mail.

The website claims that the outlines direct a reader to the exact conclusion of the fantasy season.  Yet, the leaked document displays the date of 26 April 2016.  So, it might be that the actual episode could differ a little from the streaming online piece.

Teamkhaleesi, a Reddit user reportedly approached the hackers for the newscast.  Here is what he says of the mastermind hacker: “I remember when the winterleak site was up. the hacker put up his email on his website so I emailed him back then now he sent me a complete overview of episode 7.”  The post further detailed the complete leaked season-ending episode version.

HBO is cut-up with this new emergence.  So, they tried to remain all hushed by the telecast.

Mr. Smith will probably be leaning on a back-up plan, as the GoT episodes close here.  They might sell the stolen data of the Home Box Office over the dark web.

The hackers were believed to have got hold over 1.5 TB HBO data.  Yet, now it seems there is another twist to it.  “By the way, we officially inform you and other hundred of reporters whom emailing us that we sold ‘HBO IS FALLING’s entire collection (5 TB!!!) to 3 customer in deep web and we earned half of requested ransom.  We put a condition for our respected customers and they approved.  We will leak many many waves of HBO’s internal stuff to punish them for playing us and set an example of greedy corporation,” they announced.

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