A Netflix hackerspace has reportedly been hacked.
According to the Verge, the company’s website has been breached, and that hackers are attempting to use the breach to “exploit” a vulnerability.
The hackers reportedly have a “passcode” for access to the website and “hacked the Netflix vault.”
Users of the service are advised to change their passwords and make sure that their login credentials are protected.
Netflix also released a security update to the site, which it says addresses “a number of critical vulnerabilities.”
The hackers claim to have “hacks for the entire service” and say they’ll “continue to monitor the Netflix security team.”
They’ve also posted a series of tweets claiming to show that their hacking spree is complete.
One tweet reads: “We are here to help.
We have all our tools and we will use them to destroy your life.”
Another says: “Your Netflix account, email, and password are vulnerable.
If you have any questions, just email us at [email protected]
We’ll do our best to help.”
We are Here to Help.
We Have All Our Tools and We Will Use Them to Destroy Your Life.
We Will Do Our Best to Help .
https://t.co/eQXgCJ5dZ2 — Netflix (@netflix) January 12, 2018The hack, which was reported by Mashable, is apparently related to Netflix’s “New York City” hack, and was announced last month.
According the Verge , the hack was discovered on Jan. 10 and the attack lasted for more than a week, with the hackers able to gain access to customers’ email, passwords, and other personal information.