In an unpleasant episode, Disney Chief Bob Iger said, the hackers are claiming to have an access to one of the company’s unreleased films and are demanding “huge” ransom. However, he did not disclose which film had been stolen.
He had said that the company would not be giving in to the blackmail attempt, reported The Hollywood Reporter. The report also cited numerous unnamed sources and said the Disney is working with federal agents and monitoring for leaks online.
While some speculates ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,’ as the target, other feels Pixar’s Cars 3, as it is due for release next month.
The cyber attacks have become very common these days. Recently, over 200,000 computers in 150 nations were hit by a ransomware cyber attack. It was described as the largest-ever of its kind.