Game of Thrones hacked?

Thu Aug 03 2017 16:40:31 GMT+0530 (IST)

Reading the headline, you might have felt how can anyone hack a TV series, but what we meant is the episodes of the hit TV show,  have been hacked from the home channel HBO computers. The series has gone on to become highly popular over the past six seasons and in a shortened season of 7, the story is moving more intriguingly towards the finale in answering the pivotal question who will end up on the Iron Throne that is now occupied by Cersei Lannister in the long run. Jon Snow and Daenerys Targeryen are closely marching towards it as allies.

Three episodes down the road, the fans are going crazy over the way the story has picked up the pace and they want to see as many episodes as faster they can. Right now, unsullied have occupied Castlerock, the home land of Lannisters and Jaime has successfully destroyed the House of Tyrell to know that Tyrell Queen has poisoned his son, Joffrey the King. Iron Fleet has been subdued by Euron Greyjoy and Theon escaped from the battle to be rescued by the Iron Fleet commander.

Well, what happens next has left many intrigued and a group of hackers named themselves, over the Lord of Bellyish, 'little.finger66' and hacked the computers of HBO. HBO in a public statement confirmed this and it claimed to have lost proprietary date while hackers claim that they have rest of the four episodes. They even released the script of the fourth episode and have laid many demands in front of HBO to not leak the episodes. They have released episodes of Room 104 and Ballers, other Television series and they are threatening to release Game of Thrones episodes, if HBO doesn't agree to their demands.

Fans are secretly wishing for them to leak it as they cannot wait to watch the story unfold this season as the next season will only come in 2019. As off now, the hackers have more than 1.5 Terra Bytes worth of data and HBO officials are working closely with FBI to chase the hackers as soon as possible. We will keep you updated on this further.