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Thousands of Printers Hacked to Raise Subscribers for PewDiePie YouTube Channel

The YouTube channel of the country’s music company T-Series has reached close to becoming number one in the world. It has 72.5 million subscribers, while the number of subscribers of the existing Top Channel Pewdiepie is 72.6 million. Meanwhile, there have been reports of printeres being hacked worldwide, in which hackers have asked people to subscribe to PewDiePie and unsubscribe T-Series. People are thinking this as a Propaganda of PewDiePie.

Printers Hacked with the help of Open Network Port

According to media reports, Twitter user @TheHackerGiraffe took responsibility for this hacking. According to the tweets from this account, he used the ‘Open Network Port’ to hack worldwide printers. This is a kind of bug that allows printers to print data. According to the report of The Verge, Hacker claimed that he had received 8 lakh printers, 50,000 of which were printed on the printer.


Users from many countries, including the US, Canada, have posted a photo of the print document on the Twitter account. In this, hackers have written about subscribing to PewdiePie Channel and unsubscribing T-Series. Apart from this, many other American channels have been asked to subscribe.

The YouTube channel ‘PewDiePie’ of Swedish comedian and video game commentator Felix Jewelberg has been number one since last 5 years. At the same time, T-Series started posting trailers and music videos for movies on YouTube in late 2010. Right now, T-Series has only one million less subscribers from PewDiePie and if T-Series reaches number 1, then it will be the first Hindi/Indian channel to be at top.

Top 5 YouTube Channels Right Now

ChannelSubscribers
PewDiePie72.6 Million (7.26 Crore)
T-Series72.5 Million (7.25 Crore)
Canal KondZilla43.4 Million (4.34 Crore)
Justin Bieber42.2 Million (4.22 Crore)
5-Minute-Craft42.2 Million (4.22 Crore)
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