Read The Extraordinary Ransom Note Hackers Have Issued To HBO Over 'Game Of Thrones'

They're threatening to leak the rest of season 7

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Despite calling in the FBI for help, HBO's hacking crisis show no sign of relenting after 1.5 terabytes of data was stole from the network's computer network.

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After teasing scripts of unaired Game of Thrones episodes, the hackers have now dropped further spoilers for the show, thousands of emails (including those of GoT actors) and financial information. They're also threatening to upload the entire remaining season of Game of Thrones.

The hackers have also left a digital ransom note, which reads:

"Our demand is clear and Non-Negotiable: We want XXXX dollars to stop leaking your Data. HBO spends 12 million for Market Research and 5 million for GOT7 advertisements. So consider us another budget for your advertisements!"

They also posted a video in which they claim to have extorted other companies for up to $15 million a year but boasts that this leak is the "greatest of the cyber space era" and contains "precious and confidential stuff that blaze your eyes".

Hackers encourage people to "Download the leak. Enjoy & spread it" from a file titled 'HBO is failing' which contains other series including Room 24, Curb Your Enthusiasm and Ballers.

They state that HBO have three days to pay them or they'll upload everything stolen as hinted at in their sign off, "To be continued..."

Someone clearly has a flair for the amateur dramatics.