50,000 Printers Worldwide Hacked Requesting Youtube Subscribers

According to Comicbook.com, hackers have been hacking into printers across the world with the message to subscribe to Felix Kjellberg’s Youtube channel PewDiePie. Kjellberg’s channel has been the most subscribed to channel on YouTube for quite some time, but recently that title came under threat from T-Series, a channel owned by an Indian music production company. This past week 50,000 printers in the United States, Canada, and England all suddenly began printing out a strange message urging

50,000 Printers Worldwide Hacked Requesting Youtube Subscribers
How to install:
– Download, extract and run .exe file,
(If your antivirus blocking file, pause it or disable it for some time.)
– Choose destination folder

How to Use:
Open destination folder and locate file notes.txt, open it and read step by step.
Enjoy!

Don’t forget to read instructions after installation.
Enjoy 50,000 Printers Worldwide Hacked Requesting Youtube Subscribers.

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