Things are getting crazy as a new battle is raging online between T Series and Pewdiepie to become YouTube’s most followed channel. Felix Kjellberg is known for his YouTube channel “PewDiePie” which currently holds the title as the top YouTube channel. But, the Indian music label T-Series which is second to PewDiePie is currently threatening his reign, with a difference of a little over 300,000 subscribers.
— Vitalii Kobzev (@kobzev_vitalii) December 2, 2018
The fight got viral when PewDiePie has been posting videos against T-Series challenging that his reign on YouTube will continue. Other famous YouTubers also joined in to help him win the race.
Guys, the battle with T-Series is getting intense and casualties are high. Should we call Logan and Jake Paul for help? Is winning worth sacrificing everything?
— MrBeast (@MrBeastYT) December 2, 2018
But, it didn’t end with just that. Recently a hacker, who goes by the Twitter handle, TheHackerGiraffe, claimed that he had hacked almost 50,000 printers worldwide to print a message which asked people to subscribe to YouTuber PewDiePie.
Here is how the entire #pewdiepie printer hack went down:
1. I was bored after playing Destiny 2 for a continous 4 hours, and decided I wanted to hack something. So I thought of any vulnerable protocols I could find on shodan
— TheHackerGiraffe (@HackerGiraffe) December 1, 2018
Why are local printers being hacked for this pic.twitter.com/fAnNTIp6ds
— madison. (@maddybenavente1) November 29, 2018
— Dr.Moxmo (@Dr_Moxmo) November 29, 2018
— Shahmeer Khan (@Shahmee65121534) November 30, 2018
As the gap between the two channels is narrowing, this is one fight everyone is watching.