The hacker group that took credit score for breaking into HBO’s pc techniques reportedly launched new paperwork on Monday, together with advertising supplies and emails of an HBO government.

The premium pay-TV channel, owned by media firm Time Warner Inc., reiterated late Monday that it doesn’t consider the corporate’s whole e-mail system was breached.

“The forensic evaluation is ongoing,” HBO stated in a press release. “The assessment up to now has not given us purpose to consider that our e mail system as an entire has been compromised.”

The Hollywood Reporter and different commerce publications earlier Monday reported that advertising supplies associated to the “Recreation of Thrones” drama collection and emails from an HBO vice chairman, overlaying a six-month interval, have been posted on-line. The hackers, within the on-line disclosures, famous that it took them six months to infiltrate the system. The Occasions has not been capable of independently confirm the claims.

“We proceed to work across the clock with outdoors cybersecurity companies and regulation enforcement to resolve the incident,” HBO stated.

Almost 10 days in the past, hackers took credit score for the breach, saying “we efficiently penetrated into an enormous firm; we now have entry to their inner community, emails, technical platforms, and database and obtained valuable stuff that blaze your eyes,” based on a message despatched to the Occasions.

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