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HBO Hackers Have Threatened To Leak More Game Of Thrones Season 7 Content

Just when you were done with the news of Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 4 leak, there comes another warning from the forces behind the HBO hack. The hackers have threatened to released additional content.

In an email received by Variety, the hackers said that they are going to “release the leak gradually every week.” They also hinted the timing of next leak, i.e., Sunday 12 GMT. The email also repeated the claims of having an access to 1.5 terabytes of HBO content.
Could this be GOT Season 7 Episode 5 leak? Well, we can’t say anything with surety at the moment. If 1.5TB data claim made by hackers is correct, we are surely bound to witness the leak of other unaired Game Of Thrones Season 7 episodes and other HBO TV shows.
The original HBO hack news came earlier this week. We reported about the leak of Game of Thrones Season 7 script and other TV shows. Back then, hackers claimed that HBO is falling and more leaks are coming soon.
It looks like HBO is having a pretty hard time safeguarding Game of Thrones and other TV shows. HBO president and CEO has confirmed the hack but refrained himself from sharing information on the leaked data. He had also added that the company’s email system hasn’t been compromised.
Coming back to the claims of hackers, Sunday 12 GMT, i.e., August 6th, is just around the corners and we’ll be easily able to verify the same.



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