Hackers are Trying to Get People to Subscribe to PewDiePie by Hacking
Hackers are Trying to Get People to Subscribe to PewDiePie by Hacking Printers Now - You've obviously heard of YouTuber PewDiePie. His videos garner millions of views and he has a dedicated fan base of over 72 million subscribers on the video platform. You must have also heard of T-series, and you've probably heard about the fact that T-series is on the verge of toppling PewDiePie as the most subscribed to channel on YouTube.
Not if Pewd's fans can help it though, they've been trying some insane tactics to keep him on top, ranging from funny to, well, not funny, such as this.
A hacker called TheHackerGiraffe reportedly hacked over 50,000 printers in the US, Canada, and England to make them print a message asking people to subscribe to PewDiePie's channel on YouTube to help him retain the top spot on YouTube. The message itself is harmless, and the hacker could've done major damage to the unsecured printers and their networks, so kudos to him for not doing that, but this feud is one step away from going too far.
Anyway, let's see whether PewDiePie remains the top YouTuber by subscriber count, and for how long.