A notorious hacker group broke into the servers of music-streaming service Vevo, releasing more than 3 terabytes of internal documents and video content online — before removing them later Friday morning at Vevo’s request.
The purloined cache, posted by hacking and security collective OurMine, included videos, a batch of documents labeled “premieres,” as well as marketing info, international social-media documents, and other internal files, as first reported by tech site Gizmodo.
Used to laugh and call them names
They never let poor Rudolph
Join in any aircraft games
The FAA, the Air National Guard, Customs and Border Protection, insurance companies, And Florida Power and Light came to say,
Rudolph with your nose so bright,
Won't you guide my relief effort tonight