[HackerNews] Hackers Stealing Browser Cookies to Hijack High-Profile YouTube Accounts

Since at least late 2019, a network of hackers-for-hire have been hijacking the channels of YouTube creators, luring them with bogus collaboration opportunities to broadcast cryptocurrency scams or sell the accounts to the highest bidder.
That’s according to a new report published by Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG), which said it disrupted financially motivated phishing campaigns targeting

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