San Francisco Traffic Sign Board Hacked To Warn Drivers Of ‘Godzilla Attack’

SF Traffic Sign Hacked To Warn Drivers Of ‘Godzilla Attack’.

A hacker whose identity couldn’t be revealed hacked electronic traffic sign in San Francisco warning of a “Godzilla Attack.”

CBS San Francisco reports that the sign was spotted on Van Ness Avenue Wednesday night, reading “Godzilla Attack – Turn Back.”
The mobile sign was supposed to be warning drivers about traffic delays during Sunday’s Bay to Breakers foot race.

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The sign has since been fixed.

This is not the first time when a traffic billboard was been hacked. In 2013, Serbian hacker had hacked electronic traffic billboard and displayed a message in support of PirateBay.


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