PewDiePie-ransomware encrypts files permanently
Fans of YouTube star PewDiePie have developed two new types of ransomware, in an attempt to persuade as many people as possible to subscribe to its channel. That way, fans want him to beat rival T-Series as the most popular channel on Google's streaming service.
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Smart-TVs, Chromecasts and Google Home equipment hacked to support YouTube star
Last December someone hacked printers to support YouTube star PewDiePie. Now the hacker is active again and claims to have hacked these Chromecasts, smart-tvs and Google Home devices. The hacker wants to help PewDiePie with the hacking of equipment, although it is not certain to what extent this wil... Read more
PewDiePie fans hack The Wall Street Journal and more printers
Fans of YouTube star PewDiePie have hacked printers again. They also attacked The Wall Street Journal. The fans hope that their actions will win more followers for the vlogger in his fight against the Bollywood music channel T-Series. That's what Silicon Angle reports.
The vlogger is in a battle wi... Read more
50,000 printers hacked to help PewDiePie vlogger to subscribers
The Swedish vlogger PewDiePie and record label T-Series from India compete for the crown on YouTube: who has the most subscribers? To help the Swedish vlogger, someone has hacked 50,000 printers worldwide to ask people to subscribe to his channel, reports The Next Web.
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