Producer of Kyle and Jackie O fears that Russia has launched a cyber attack on KIIS FM

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The moment a terrified Kyle and Jackie O producer fears Russia has launched a cyber attack on KIIS FM live on air … before the truth is revealed

The Kyle and Jackie O Show got confused Monday morning when a producer announced live on the air that the Russians had ‘hacked’ the radio station.

KIIS FM staffer Jaimee ‘Mayo’ Hassos was shocked to find that a button on her panel clicked without her doing anything – raising fears that the network had been targeted by the same foreign agents who run Channel Nine’s operations in Sydney on Sunday. disturbed.

‘Can you hear us?’ she asked in concern to hosts Kyle Sandilands and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson. “Our system is full here, and I’m afraid …”

Shook: The Kyle and Jackie O Show was confused on Monday when a producer announced live on the air that the Russians had 'hacked' the station.  Pictured: host Kyle Sandilands

Shook: The Kyle and Jackie O Show was confused on Monday when a producer announced live on the air that the Russians had ‘hacked’ the station. Pictured: host Kyle Sandilands

‘Oh, my God, we are being hacked by Russia like Channel Nine!’ Kyle said.

“I think we’ve been hacked because I don’t even click the button and it’s …” Mayo replied, genuinely concerned.

Fortunately, cyber hackers working for the former Soviet Union had not infiltrated KIIS FM’s servers and Kyle was able to fix the problem in seconds.

Click your finger off. You take your finger off and it works, ”he said.

Oops!  KIIS FM staffer Jaimee 'Mayo' Hassos was alarmed to find that a button on her panel clicked without her doing anything - raising fears that the network had been targeted by the same foreign agents who controlled Nine's operations in Sydney on Sunday. disturbed

Oops!  KIIS FM staffer Jaimee 'Mayo' Hassos was alarmed to find that a button on her panel clicked without her doing anything - raising fears that the network had been targeted by the same foreign agents who controlled Nine's operations in Sydney on Sunday. disturbed

Oops! KIIS FM staffer Jaimee ‘Mayo’ Hassos was alarmed to find that a button on her panel clicked without her doing anything – raising fears that the network had been targeted by the same foreign agents who controlled Nine’s operations in Sydney on Sunday. disturbed

The entire studio burst into laughter when they realized Mayo had just pressed the wrong button on her panel.

Producer ‘Snappy Tom’ Whitaker said, ‘It never broke, Mayo!’

“It was broken, but it now seems resolved!” she replied, a little ashamed.

Kyle and Jackie O talked about Mayo’s peanut allergy just before the ‘hacking’ started.

“Stupid girl,” Kyle said after the accident. “Peanut allergy – makes them a little soft in the brain too, I guess.”

“It never broke, Mayo!” The entire studio burst into laughter when they realized Mayo had just pressed the wrong button on her panel. Pictured: Jackie ‘O’ Henderson

The Nine Network was the target of a cyber attack on its systems on Sunday, which affected live programming from Sydney.

As a result of the disruption, the Australian broadcaster could not broadcast the programs Weekend Today and Sunday Sport.

Security experts believe Russia’s ‘massive ransomware attack’ was orchestrated ahead of Monday’s episode of Under Investigation, hosted by Liz Hayes, which will expose Russian President Vladimir Putin’s deadly campaign of chemical murder of his enemies in the West .

Shut Down: The Nine Network was the target of a cyberattack on Sunday that disrupted live programming from Sydney.  Weekend Today hosts Rebecca Maddern (left), Richard Wilkins (center) and Jayne Azzopardi (right) were unable to air

Shut Down: The Nine Network was the target of a cyberattack on Sunday that disrupted live programming from Sydney.  Weekend Today hosts Rebecca Maddern (left), Richard Wilkins (center) and Jayne Azzopardi (right) were unable to air

Shut Down: The Nine Network was the target of a cyberattack on Sunday that disrupted live programming from Sydney. Weekend Today hosts Rebecca Maddern (left), Richard Wilkins (center) and Jayne Azzopardi (right) were unable to air

TV Blackbox claimed that “security experts have told the network that the attack is likely from Russia due to the sophistication of the hack,” and that those hackers are targeting Under Investigation.

Monday’s episode of the current affairs series, hosted by Liz Hayes, aims to “ expose Vladimir Putin’s deadly chemical assassination campaign against his enemies on the streets of Western countries, ” according to a description available online.

However, the episode is pre-recorded and will air as scheduled on Monday evenings.

Hacked?  TV Blackbox reports that Nine's technical problems, according to security experts, have been orchestrated by `` Russian hackers '' who wanted to stop Monday's broadcast of Under Investigation, which focuses on Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Hacked?  TV Blackbox reports that Nine's technical problems, according to security experts, have been orchestrated by `` Russian hackers '' who wanted to stop Monday's broadcast of Under Investigation, which focuses on Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Hacked? TV Blackbox reports that Nine’s technical problems, according to security experts, have been orchestrated by “ Russian hackers ” who wanted to stop Monday’s broadcast of Under Investigation, which focuses on Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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