Season seven, episode four of Game of Thrones is now in the wild. The leaked video comes less than a week after HBO admitted that its servers had been hacked and a large quantity of data had been stolen. We already knew that a script—or, more specifically, an outline of a script—of episode four was part of the hack. Now, it seems the Game of Thrones itself may have been included as well.
News of the leaked episode bubbled up internet forums Friday morning, with at least one Reddit discussion linking to a Google Drive page. The page has since been removed, citing a terms of service violation. However, we were able to view the file for verification. While it’s watermarked and of relatively low quality, the video does appear to match the trailer for episode four.
What’s especially noteworthy about this latest leak is that it seems to confirm the hackers really do possess a trove of valuable data and videos. Leaking unseen Game of Thrones episodes is bad enough, but there’s also evidence that the hackers have released the personal financial data of a senior HBO executive, including his banking details and details about his health records. We can only assume that the hack contains other employee data as well.
The hackers themselves claim to have stolen some 1.5 terabytes of data, which would make this hack exponentially larger than the Sony hack of 2014. So there might be a lot more videos showing up on the dark corners of the internet. Hopefully, we don’t end up seeing personal or confidential data. That’s just dangerous.
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