Cyberattack at Future News Headquarters in Albuquerque

Albuquerque, 4/23/23 C.E. – In a bizarre turn of events, Future News has fallen victim to a cyberattack that information scientists with the Temporal Transit Blockade Authority (TTBA) have determined originated in 2038. For the past two days, our website has been displaying a hacked article that refuses to be deleted, with the virus responsible for the breach displaying an enigmatic message proclaiming, “I AM DEUS VULT.”

Our team has been working tirelessly with the TTBA to investigate the incident and determine the origins of the DEUS VULT virus. Authorities have found that the virus does contain advanced technology from the future. However, its purpose appears limited to ensuring the re-appearance of the message when it is removed from our servers. The TTBA technicians, after their analysis, have installed code to contain the virus but otherwise leave it as is, despite objections from top IT staff at Future News headquarters.

In a statement issued by Future News’ Editor-in-Chief, Daniel Detlaf, he reassured readers about the site’s safety. “The best minds in two timelines have taken a special interest in this attack. They have gone over our servers byte-by-byte and assured us there is no danger whatsoever from the so-called ‘DEUS VULT’ virus that has propagated in a single article in our database.”

As investigations continue, Future News is committed to maintaining transparency and working closely with the TTBA to uncover the truth behind this mysterious cyberattack. We apologize for any inconvenience caused and assure our readers that the reporting of amazing Future News will continue uninterrupted.

Reporting for Future News, this is Danny Montenegro in Albuquerque.

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