On April 28, 2020, MBK Entertainment and T-ARA's Official YouTube Channels were hacked. The hackers replaced th...
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On April 28, 2020, MBK Entertainment and T-ARA's Official YouTube Channels were hacked.
The hackers replaced the information of the YouTube channels with a group known as "ONE LOVE ASIA". The hack appears to be COVID-19 related as the description (seen below) describes "Asia is coming together to show appreciation and support to all the front-liners... This campaign aims to spread love and togetherness as one human race, to reject all forms of discrimination and inequality caused by misunderstanding on the origin of the virus"
The hacker(s) has since uploaded at least nine videos to the channel as well as added new Playlists, changed the official URL of the channel to www.youtube.com/ONELOVEASIA as well as added numerous, seemingly unrelated Chinese-content channels in the Featured Channels section.