3 men arrested for hacking into Survival tv show computers

September 1, 2010 19:07


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Three bloggers are suspected of hacking into the computers of producers of the popular reality show Hisardut (Survival), broadcast on Channel 10, and leaking developments on the show to the public before the episodes were shown, police said on Wednesday.

The suspects, two adults and a minor, who operated under the Blog name of Egoz Tzarfati (French Nut), allegedly gained passwords and infiltrated the producers' email accounts by setting up a false Facebook page and recording the account login details of the producers.

Police added that the information as leaked in order to give the blog an advantage over competitors and make it a more attractive investment for marketers and advertisers.

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