Transcript for HBO hackers release 'Game of Thrones' scripts in new data dump
developments in that HBO hack. E-mails from one of the company's top executives has been leaked online along with secret scripts from "Game of thrones" as the hackers demand a huge ransom. ABC's Linzie Janis is here with the story. Good morning, Linzie. Reporter: The hackers dumping more data this morning bragging that their hack of HBO is the biggest leak in the cyberspace era. It comes just as the network aired the fourth episode in the latest season of its "Game of thrones" to more than 30 million viewers worldwide. Overnight another massive data dump. Among the second round of files, e-mails from an executive at the company as well as more documents related to "Game of thrones." Including an upcoming script from an unaired episode and financial balance sheets for the company. "The Hollywood report" received a message demanding a ran Sam from HBO. The hacker claims the network is their 17th target and it took six months to access the company's database. A rep for HBO says while the investigation is still ongoing, the review to date has not given us reason to believe that our e-mail system as a whole has been compromised. The massive cyberhack began last week. It's hard for me to fathom. Reporter: Stealing 1.5 terabytes of data, seven times bigger than the 2014 attack on Sony pictures and equivalent to about 500 hours' worth of movies. I see quite a lot there. Reporter: Unaired episodes of HBO shows "Ballers" and "Room 104" have also surfaced on line. They're using law enforcement working around the clock to try to solve this. I bet they are. Absolutely. Thank you. You know, this morning,
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