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Biggest Anime Streaming Site Just Got Hacked, It Downloaded Malware To User’s Devices

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Some major and shocking revelations swarmed the Internet this morning when Crunchyroll, a top anime streaming website, told users not to access their site because the website’s security was compromised. According to Crunchyroll’s official Twitter account, “Please DO NOT access our website at the current time. We are aware of the issues and working on it.” Currently, users are rerouted to an identical looking site and malware attempts infiltrating the user’s computer.

According to many users, the front page auto-downloads a mysterious .exe file which can cause a multitude of issues to one’s computer. Some suspect it could be a possible miner or other variation of malware. According to Crunchyroll’s Twitter, no one should access the website. The Crunchyroll App will not work, however accessing the app will not cause damage to your device.

Crunchyroll then stated the website’s issues appear to be a DNS (denial-of-service) attack. Even if this were true, no one truly knows what the extent of the damage is. Many users are complaining about the automatic file installing on their computer. If this has occurred to you, delete the file, do not run the file, and conduct an antivirus check; if you did run the file, change all passwords and backup your data.

 

More worrisome is the fact Crunchyroll’s USA Twitter account has not issued a warning to its users because their employees are sleeping. That’s right — a major security breach could impact many computers and potentially compromise sensitive security details and no emergency pipeline between the countries exist.

 

Update:

Crunchyroll USA finally updated their Twitter warning users not to access the website:

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The Real Reason Why They Changed Majin Buu To Frieza In ToP

Hey guys. Dragon Ball Super’s latest episode left us on a very big cliffhanger. Fans are curious whether Caulifla and Kale’s fusion will cause trouble to Goku or not in the next episode. However it’s not what I am here to discuss but I am here to question the choice of Akira Toriyama. The choice being why Toriyama didn’t take Majin Buu in Tournament of Power. As we know that originally, Majin Buu was going to take part in the Tournament Of Power.

Majin Buu was one of the 10 warriors representing Universe 7. Buu had even trained for the tournament. However, Majin Buu went to sleep for 6 months and then he was replaced by Frieza. The big question is why? Why didn’t Akira Toriyama let Majin Buu take part in the Tournament of Power?

The answer is his powers. Majin Buu has extendable body parts, which would allow him to grab any one of Universe 7 member falling of the arena. With the ability to turn anyone into chocolate, he would give Universe 7 an advantage.

He can split himself into many copies and have them go after everyone at once and thus would also allow his allies to escape from a tricky situation. Buu is capable of generating his body and it doesn’t matter how much damage he takes. The strongest of opponent’s can try attacking him and Majin Buu would just regenerate. Majin Buu can’t be killed and can instantly regenerate. The only way to beat him is to totally destroy every last shred of him but that will kill him.

As we know that killing is not allowed in the tournament of Power and the opponent or the person who ends up killing him will get disqualified. Thus, they would be erased on the spot by Zeno sama, according to the rules. Buu can also absorb his opponents and he can also absorb their powers. Don’t forget the healing powers, he can heal too.

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