Sapphire IPTV service is one of the best IPTV service providers currently in the market, as it does not only bring the best quality of service using their amazing server, time-stable operation, but It also displays the content in HD, FHD. And it has a wide variety of content which includes movies, channels, TV Shows, and the events that operate around the world at such great prices. So, it is very much advisable to at least try it for once and have a fantastic experience with safe Sapphire.
But yesterday morning (that is on Sunday, February 7th, 2021), Sapphire Secure hasn’t been working properly. And through here and there information we have come to know that Sapphire Secure has been hacked and the person who is behind this hack is asking for a ransom in the form of Bitcoin.
Sapphire Secure has been hacked
Now on Sunday early morning, the website of Secure Sapphire stated the following statement given below.
Down for Maintenance (Err 3)
Sapphirescure.net had been hacked!!!
Your IPTV provider from Manchester in the United Kingdom has not secured your details and put you at huge risk. All the databases will be shared with the police and copyright protection agencies and posted online shortly.
Nathan has the option to still protect his customers and himself and stop this and there are two ways of him doing this, this is his choice and likely depends on how much he cares about his customers’ data.
The first way would be to pay 2BTC to 19SHpjhm3uCCfwRSzj1BcumEQnFsURQn9x and once received his insecurity will be given to him and the database if he does not have a backup and this would be the end. This would be less than 2 weeks income so a very fair offer, he has stolen huge amounts of revenue from broadcasters, and the content that he steals he does not give away for free the profits from this so we are stealing from the thief.
The second way would be to close down (For real and not just change the name) and then we would not leak the data as above but would require that any remaining subscriptions are refunded to customers as this is not their fault.
He has 12 hours to make his decision, Let’s see if he values his customers or just their money. If this message is deleted as we are sure it will be and we are not paid a copy will be emailed to all customers.
Now the above post is gone, and the website of the Sapphire Secure IPTV service is no longer active right now and also, the message that is mentioned above is gone too.
The same scenario was witnessed just the last year with the other multiple IPTV services which were also hit with the same hack as this one along with the request of the ransom.
Now there is no such idea as what actually would happen ultimately with the Sapphire Secure but for now, it is not working and is offline, and as a result, their IPTV service is also not working at all.
This is one of the risks that users have to face some of the time while purchasing an unverified IPTV service, unfortunately. Here, by unverified it simply means that the IPTV service is not easily available through an official app store such as Google Play or Amazon.
Most of the unverified service applications have to be sideloaded on your streaming device because they cannot be searched or found on any of the reputable app stores.
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