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Video Billboards On Time Square Were Cracked Through iPhone

After that case when the porn film was rolled on the cracked video billboard in the center of Moscow, this news may sound not so surprising, if not the fact that no one knows where to catch the hacker from the example described below.

A 34-years-old Japanese invented a transmitting device which transmits video signal from iPhone to external loudspeaker. The device is connected to headphone jack. The loudspeaker is taken to the video billboard and a common advertising interchanges for whatever you desire. One may show to the crowd the same porn film, or Pepsi Cola promo instead of prepaid roller of Coca-Cola, to pull Verizon down by taking AT&T up, or simply screen oneself to hundreds of onlookers. This is exactly what the Japanese have done in the middle of Advertisement Ocean on Time Square. Waite until the moment he balloons the loudspeaker to crack the Big Screen.

The transmitting device’s filling is undisclosed, but this case induced a great agiotage in USA. Offers to sell the device for a four-figure sum rolled in. Almost 850 peopled have looked through the roller on You Tube during incomplete three days.

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