REPORT: This New England DJ Is The Burger King And Jeep Hacker

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A New England DJ named Tony Chunha might be responsible for the Burger King and Jeep hackings, according to a report by Gizmodo. A Facebook post helped link Gizmodo to Chunha. 

Chunha, who allegedly goes by iThug, bragged to a girl from Boston with his real-life Facebook account which is now deleted, according to Gizmodo. 

“A video of an iThug/Cunha DJ set was also uploaded by an account named DTSNC—the initials of his old (and perhaps current) hacker crew, which @BurgerKing made repeated references to yesterday,” Gizmodo reported. 

Here’s the full report. 

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