YouTube war gets intense: 50,000 printers hacked to get support for PewDiePie against T-Series


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A hacker has claimed responsibility for taking over 50,000 printer worldwide to print a message requesting that individuals buy in to YouTuber PewDiePie. This comes when fight for most bought in YouTube channel is seething on among PewDiePie and T-Series.

The programmer, who passes by the Twitter handle, TheHackerGiraffe, has asserted duty regarding the assault in a Reddit AMA that understands, I hacked 50,000 printers worldwide out of potential 800,000 for PewDiePie and security awareness.”In the AMA string, the programmer uncovers that he utilized Shodan, a vault for web associated gadgets where he found 80,000 associated printers and chose to assault 50,000 of them to bring issues to light about printer security. Of the assaulted printers, around 15000 printers were in India.

While PewDiePie is as yet driving, T-Series is hot on its wheel. Hitesh Rajwani, CEO, Social Samosa, isn’t astonished that the combination is good to go to shoot ahead. He says, “Considering the quantity of dynamic YouTube clients from India – 250 million or more – an Indian contender will undoubtedly surface soon.” YouTube identity and video blogger Prajakta Koli otherwise known as MostlySane calls attention to, “This fair demonstrates the potential India has in the computerized age wherein more individuals are expending content on the web than different stages.”


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