A digital advertisement board owned by Grupo Carteleras located on a busy road in Mexico City was hacked on Friday and featured a pornographic video for some time.

The video displayed a woman using an electronic toy on herself. It must be noted that along with the video one can also see TeamViwer warning tab which leads to the conclusion that the sign board may not have been hacked but someone used TeamViwer to play the video using the computer that was operating the board. In this case, the browser was either Internet Explorer or Edge while the operating system was Microsoft Windows.

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However, for those driving by, it was a fun ride since several people took pictures and recorded videos of the hacked electronic screen and posted them on social media platforms, especially Twitter.

El año pasado apenas pusieron las carteleras ya teníamos el grupo en wpp, que buena clase era 👌🏼

— 💫Micaa💫 (@mica_medero) March 3, 2017

Grupo Carteleras, on the other hand, acknowledged the hack and contacted law enforcement authorities for further investigation.

“We publicly denounce the computer attack of one of our screens and understand the discomfort this can cause to the passersby,” said Grupo Carteleras in a Tweet.

Informamos que la pantalla de #Periférico, a la altura de San Antonio ha sido apagada.Denunciamos la intromisión a nuestro sistema. Comparte pic.twitter.com/M0McmPJ37n

— Grupo Carteleras (@Carteleras) March 3, 2017

 

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