Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales fall victims of hackers
The world's most discussed movie 'Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales' has been hacked by hackers around the world. Disney produced and Johnny Depp demanded a ransom for the fifth film in the popular series and threatened to publish the photograph if it is not provided according to demand.
Walt Disney Company Chief Executive Egar Bob told his officials in New York on Monday that hackers have stolen a movie waiting for release. The film will be released online in small pieces if they are threatened with the payment of bitcoin to their needs.
Although the name of the movie is not published, Los Angeles Times has quoted its source as saying that the victim of Pirates of the Caribbean series is the sequel to the hacking. It is about to be released worldwide on May 26th. From the previous four movies of the Pirate series, Disney has made $ 3.73 billion worldwide business.
A few weeks ago, hackers demanded ransom by stealing new season episodes of Streaming Site Netflix's popular TV series Orange Is The New Black. Netflix rejects the claims of hackers. Disney is working with the investigating authorities for the hacking related to pirates. However, this hacking has not been linked to the attack of Wanna Cry Ransomware around the world.