Hacked the Bilderberg Club

The Bilderberg club's official website was violated today, and the attackers posted a warning that more hacks would follow in the future if the club members did not start working for the good of humanity.

The Vilderberg Club was founded in 1954 and its members are important personalities from Europe and North America.Bilderberg

The club consists of up to 150 members of the media, financial industry, academic community, and various industry sectors. Meetings are always private, and there are no public statements about what is being discussed.

The most recent conference was held in Germany in June this year.

The official website of the Club was hacked by HackBack and Anonymous, who left a message stating that all these influential members should begin to work for the sake of humanity and not for their own benefit.

The hackers also published an ultimatum on the Bilderberg Club page, warning its members that they have one year to start working for people or other attacks.

“Dear Bilderberg members, from now on, each of you has 1 year (365 days) to truly work for the benefit of people and not your private interests. Otherwise, we will find you and hack you, ”the message says.

Hackers have also warned that they can breach virtually everything belonging to members of the Bilderberg club, such as bank accounts, connected cars, laptops and mobile phones.

«Attention to the current situation: We have control over your expensive connected cars, we have control over the connected security devices in your home, we have control of your daughter's laptop, we have control of your wife's cellphone. We have video of your secret meetings, we have read your emails, we have control of your SmartWatch, we are in your banks and we are reading your assets. You won't be safe anywhere near electricity, ”the message says.

Until now the site seems to be even hacked, and managers do not seem to know the violation.

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