Hackers Threaten Pirates of the Caribbean until they're paid a huge amount of money in Bitcoin to stop

Pirates of the Caribbean Hacked
There's a hug problem facing Pirates of the Caribbean move.hackers have taken time to threaten johnny in his own upcoming movie hostage and threatening to release it unless the studio pays a ransom.

This was a cleared off, the CEO Walt Disney who believes that there's a deadly line in the movie such that hackers already gotten some hostage of the movie.Walt is now making sure to clear off though the case is being linked with FBI but we think that the hackers are still threatening them and the best way is to set this off-limit is to pay them off.

Speaking more about this,the people in question has promise to release the first five minutes of the movie, then subsequent 20-minute sections until they're paid a huge amount of money in Bitcoin mean while Pirates of the Caribbean is under fire.

Netflix recently faced the same issue when a hacker threatened to release "Orange Is the New Black" season 5 prematurely unless the streaming service paid an undisclosed ransom. Netflix also refused to ante up and the hacker released 10 episodes of the new season online, ahead of the scheduled premiere date.

"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales", the fifth installment in the franchise, brings back Johnny Depp as the eccentric swashbuckling pirate, Jack Sparrow. Keira Knightley and Orlando Bloom also return as Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann, respectively. Javier Bardem, Kaya Scodelario and Brenton Thwaites additionally star in the movie which is due May 26 in the U.S.
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