Hackers haven't curbed their enthusiasm for HBO.
The hackers also reportedly leaked an episode of "Insecure," a popular comedy starring Issa Rae, as well as .
The leaked shows are the latest in a weekslong standoff between hackers and the network, which said in July its computer system had been breached. Since then, the hackers have dropped bits of information, including scripts of megahit "Game of Thrones," in a campaign to encourage the network to pay a ransom that could be as much as $6 million.
At one point, the network explored the possibility offor having discovered vulnerabilities in its system. operate so-called "bug bounties" that pay IT professionals for finding vulnerabilities.
In a statement, HBO says it's not in touch with the hackers and wouldn't comment on every new development, saying it plays into hacker efforts to publicize the situation.
"Obviously, no company wants their proprietary information stolen and released on the internet," the statement said. "Transparency with our employees, partners, and the creative talent that works with us has been our focus throughout this incident and will remain our focus as we move forward."
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