Fight for YouTube superiority between Felix & # 39; PewDiePie & # 39; Kjellberg and Indian entertainment label T-Series have led a hackers of hackers to employ a new strategy to attract increasing eyes.
PewDiePie is the most subscribed channel at the Streaming site, but the position is threatened by the popular music brand that has led his legion of fans to create marketing plans for the Swedish content creator.
Digital infiltrators HackerGiraffe and j3ws3r have returned with another public service hack that also serves to get people to subscribe to PewDiePie, but this time they are targeting vulnerable media casting devices.
In what they call #CastHack, the white hackers have remote access to vulnerable castable devices that display a message that encourages people to learn to protect themselves from exploit and subscribe to PewDiePie.
The hack has been aimed at casting devices such as Smart TV, Google Home pro channels and Chromecasts that have the router settings opened for an attack.
Although the victims are sure to be charged by the attack, the hackers provide a simple solution for the burglary by disabling Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) on their router.
The couple was also responsible for over 800,000 printers remotely activated to perform the same essential function: educating people that their device is prone to hacking and subscribing to PewDiePie.
Their attacks do not seem to be harmful in nature, but are a narrative movement of what PewDiePie fans will do to keep YouTubs on top and stop the rise of the T series.