Vikings' Reiff, Rudolph listed as doubtful against Bengals
"Potentially Hazardous" Asteroid 3200 Phaethon Back Again, But Don't Worry
Union Cabinet clears Bill to criminalize instant #TripleTalaq
RIP, AOL Instant Messenger
Net Neutrality Repeal Stirs Passions on Both Sides
Here's the latest twist in the HBO hacker/Game of Thrones leaking saga
12 August 2017, 04:40 | Ross Houston
HBO hackers leak personal details of 'Game of Thrones' cast demand millions in ransom note
While HBO may have had no intention of paying, it's unusual to see such a huge corporation engaging with a hacker at all.
They felt the offer of $250,000 was generous and enough to keep the hacker off their back and to stop any further leaks from happening.
The hack was first mentioned a few days ago, after episode 3 of the seventh Game of Thrones season aired. The most recent episode of "Game of Thrones" logged a record 10.2 million live viewers, breaking the show's own record.
The hackers claimed it took them about six months to breach HBO's network.
But the negotiations with HBO aren't going well, a new report explains.
The message from the HBO exec is dated July 27 and mentions a "bug bounty" program probably to appease hackers who have called themselves white hat hackers. (It is also important to point out that HBO doesn't care about demo ratings like other networks, because they aren't ad-supported and run off subscription fees).
The payment was suggested in an email which was leaked by the hackers as "a show of good faith", according toVariety.
Tyson Foods' (NYSE:TSN) "Buy" Rating Reiterated at Mizuho
Vertical Research upgraded Tyson Foods from a "hold" rating to a "buy" rating in a research report on Tuesday, June 13th. Looking out over a next 5-year period, analysts expect the company to see its earnings go up by 6.04%, annually.
Walker the line - Man City's £130 million full-back plan
The Brazilian only played away matches in his final season at the Santiago Bernabéu , and he won't be missed in Madrid that much. In the cups we never lost, and in the Europa League, we never lost, so for the whole season, we lost one match.
Ryan Tannehill will have surgery, miss entire season
They followed suit and signed QB Jay Cutler to a one-year deal, and especially with his connection to Gase, it made sense. Tannehill, the five-year veteran, was injured while scrambling from pressure during practice August 3.