Tuesday, May 30, 2017

‘Friendly neighborhood hackers’ spoof digital billboard at local mall

A British shopping center in the vicinity of Liverpool was purportedly defaced with a cheeky message by a group of anonymous hackers on May 29, BBC reports. “We suggest you improve your security,” the collective wrote on the screen, identifying themselves as the “friendly neighborhood hackers.” The writing appeared on a large outdoor display at the Liverpool One shopping center situated just outside of the city. According to reports, no other screens were affected – though passers-by said that several other billboards have since been deactivated. Numerous users on Reddit and Twitter have reported spotting the tampered billboard, but Liverpool One was quick to…

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