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YouTube hackers deface and unlist tons of popular music videos

YouTube hackers deface and unlist tons of popular music videos

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Something fishy is going on with YouTube. It appears the Google subsidiary has been hit by hackers as a number of popular music videos have been defaced – or have suddenly disappeared. Indeed, the platform’s most viewed video ever – Despacito by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankeee – was temporarily unavailable on YouTube. It remains unclear what the source of the attack is, but most of the affected videos were uploaded from Vevo accounts. Someone just owned a LOT of VEVO accounts @YouTube. pic.twitter.com/dlGTFrypW8 — Melvin Lammerts (@showthread) April 10, 2018 While social media chatter suggested the attackers had initially…

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